Matt Duss says calling Bernie Sanders an 'isolationist' is a 'slur' – and explains what the difference between Benjamin Netanyahu and rival Benny Gantz is for the Democratic presidential contender
Alexander Griffing is the Director of Digital Outreach at Haaretz English edition. He has a master's degree from Tel Aviv University in political science.
The political and ideological divide between the Republican ‘establishment’ and Trump’s ‘America First’ approach has taken center stage on Fox News
From the Arab Spring to Trump’s Twitter feed: The decade social media went from a tool of freedom to one of oppression
Allies, officials and now the Congress have sounded the alarm about the U.S. president's foreign policy. From Syria to Iran, Haaretz takes a deep dive into the impact of three years of Trumpism in the Mideast. Click on 'hotspots' and 'administration' for the complete breakdown
Members of the ‘groyper army’ ask speakers at events leading questions about Israel, gay rights and immigration in order to force them to defend universal rights
Mayor Bloomberg may not end up winning many votes in the Democratic primary, but he is already slated to be biggest political spender in the 2020 race and will undoubtedly change the debate
As Trump defends his Syria withdrawal with increasingly outlandish statements, one blatantly false justification stands out
Fox News' Carlson celebrates the Trump isolationist worldview while blaming the former national security adviser for adoring 'the elite force of government'
Sanders' plan to save the planet — and journalism — and his new Trump-beating credentials give him some ammunition
The Gulf state is recalibrating its alliances with powerhouses like the U.S. and Saudi Arabia, and these moves are shaking up the region. Israel should take note
Opinion Between 'Ending Iran' and 'No More Endless Wars': The Unraveling of Trump's Incoherent Iran Strategy
On Iran, Trump is boxed in between 'Bomber' Bolton and his own anti-war base. He has the power to wage war - but it may be political suicide to use it
The American right is embracing neo-nationalism with a new think tank aimed at fostering a support network and 'intellectual base' for the movement
Drinks at bars in Tel Aviv are expensive - on par with New York City or London - and Israelis aren’t big drinkers themselves, but the bar culture is still thriving
On Israel and the Mideast, will Biden 2020 be a repeat of Clinton vs. Trump in 2016?
Netanyahu enlisted John McLaughlin to help get right-wingers to vote, using some of the very tactics that helped the prime minister in 2015 and may help Trump in 2020
The president is already rolling out his re-election strategy. Will he make Jewish Democrats choose between support for Israel and their party?
Trump himself has said ‘we’re going to be there [Syria] and we’re going to be staying,’ citing a need to protect Israel. All eyes are now on next week’s contain-Iran summit in Warsaw
Erik Prince, ex-Navy SEAL and brother of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, is offering Trump a way to both safeguard allies and pull troops out of the Mideast. Will he agree?
Pelosi keeps the dog tags of Israeli soldiers as a 'symbol of the sacrifices made, sacrifices far too great by the people of the state of Israel'
This year saw Israel’s secret attack on Syria’s nuclear reactor go public and the Khashoggi’s murder threaten MBS' charm offensive, Haaretz sums up 12 months of proxy wars and regional politics
Without U.S. soldiers as a buffer, the Kurds are now stuck between Turkey, Assad and ISIS
U.S. president claims a hollow victory over one of his most potent critics - principled American conservatism
Bill Kristol called 'for reasonable Republicans to stop supporting the RNC'
Colorado was once dubbed the 'hate state' for its anti-LGBT laws
'I am the least anti-Semitic person that you've ever seen in your entire life,' the U.S. president declared one month after not mentioning Jews while marking Holocaust Remembrance Day
There 'won't be any Nuremberg-like trial of Assad and his associates,' says the last U.S. ambassador to Syria, Robert Ford
Explained Trump vs. Turkey: U.S. Punishes Strategic Ally, but Is Erdogan Really Willing to Leave NATO?
As the U.S.-Turkish relationship continues to deteriorate, the key question is how far can Trump push Erdogan before Turkey leaves NATO
Far-right radio and web show host Alex Jones denies having any influence over Donald Trump, but with the president's latest dabbling into conspiracy theory they seem to be lip-synching to the same tune
The kingdom and the UAE are both modern military powerhouses, spending billions on arms every year, yet are being thwarted by a group of guerrilla fighters
Krauthammer wrote often about how he saw Israel as a beacon of freedom and U.S. President Donald Trump as a threat to democracy