Herb Keinon

Keinon has a BA in political science from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and an MA in Journalism from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. He is the author of two books: the recently released French Fries in Pita, a collection of his slice-of-life monthly 'Out There" columns; and Lone Soldiers: Israel's Defenders from Around the World.

Email: Hkeinon@gmail.com
THE JORDAN VALLEY – calls to annex it are a provocative political act

Annexation, a tough product to sell - analysis


Poor man ‘Shulman’ emerges as the next Gantz - analysis

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a meeting with Yesha council heads at the Prime Minister's Offi

Settlement leaders split on annexation reflects lack of trust in PM


Israel and the deflated American dream

IDF SOLDIERS take part in a flag-lowering ceremony in the southern Gaza Strip, in 2005.

Annexation has parallels in Israel's withdrawal from Gaza in 2005


Coronavirus and the new dining experience

Israel's new Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi

With Ashkenazi as FM, Israel and Poland can now hit 'reset'- analysis


Do the benefits of annexation outweigh the costs?

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs for the United Arab Emirates, Anwar Gargash

A weighty UAE tweet - analysis

A demonstrator holds a placard while protesters gather around an on fire entrance of a police statio

The US, a friend in pain – analysis

PRIME MINISTER Benjamin Netanyahu and his codefendants in court on Sunday.

Netanyahu has had his day in court, but what has really changed?

NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL head Meir Ben-Shabbat attends a state audit committee meeting at the Kness

Meir Ben-Shabbat makes decisions under pressure, with lives on the line

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu with Chinese President Xi Jinping, May 9, 2013.

US meddling in ‘marriage made in heaven’ - analysis


No matter the outcome of Netanyahu's trial, Israel loses – comment

PRIME MINISTER Benjamin Netanyahu visits the Jordan Valley community of Mevo’ot Yericho in February

Is Netanyahu hoping for an ‘out’ from annexation?


With coronavirus, annexation and a new gov't, don't fret the small stuff


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