Big tech did betray certain ideals but the sudden demonization of Amazon, Google et al won't actually achieve much if consumers still love their products.
Israel isn’t under any threat from boycott movement, but fighting a phony BDS war is too tempting for many to pass up
Saudi Arabia’s reform efforts will strike at the heart of the system that has made the kingdom so steady and stable in recent decades
The image of Kurdistan as a democratic, progressive, prosperous state is illusory. The Kurds should get their house in order before they get their state
The Israeli government's drive to bring more ultra-Orthodox men into the workforce is stalling, and the prime minister is responsible
That's what President Rivlin more or less said last week, and he was wrong. Still, Israeli high-tech needs to attract a much more diverse labor pool than just secular Jewish men
Now that the war is more or less over, Tehran is not just tightening its military hold over the Assad regime, it’s doing big business in Syria
'Chicken for a shekel' supermarkets magnate Rami Levy is a consumer hero, but people don't want to look too closely at how he manages to deliver the low-cost goods.
The father of activist central banking, his baby left in its wake economies that don’t follow the familiar old rules
Fact is, you can't use bitcoin to buy a burger. China’s crackdown on initial coin offerings sent cryptocurrencies into a tailspin - because it was a blow to the speculation at the heart of the whole business.