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The BDS campaign regards the ending of all trade and economic relations with Jews living in Judea and Samaria as just the “first step” in its campaign.
Israel’s abortion policy is an all-too-rare example of a compromise that gives both sides something important.
Sino-Indian ties are on firm footing in almost every dimension of diplomacy today.
The time has surely come for the civilized world to bite the bullet and take out Islamic State, as well as Russia's ploy for power over Ukraine.
Refusing help would be a slap in the face to Israel’s most loyal non-Jewish citizens.
The BDS campaign is set to swallow many more well-intended people into its Jew-hating vortex.
A Harvard student expected that a trip to Israel would confirm his reasonable European certainty of Israel’s arrogant oppression; That’s not quite the way things turned out.
Israel needs to stop arguing the Palestinians' case and start arguing its own.
In the ever-shifting kaleidoscope of political, religious, economic, strategic and tactical considerations that mark the Middle East, little is clear-cut in deciding between friend and foe.
Israeli's PR focus on the peace process highlights the country’s failures rather than its successes; and people dislike failures.
In the few short months since he ascended the throne, Salman has shown himself to be a pragmatic man of action in both the domestic and foreign arenas.
The prime minister's election day faux pas has been deliberately misconstrued by omitting its second half
The new deputy minister won’t appeal to Europe, which might spur her to focus on an area long neglected: the non-Western world.
The leaderships in New Delhi and Beijing, presently, would do well to concentrate on improving their relations in non-political areas.
After religious Zionists handed him victory, he spat in their faces – proving they really do need a party of their own.
Likud’s proposed bills wouldn’t harm judicial independence, only the court’s excess powers.
Britain’s future Middle East policy hovers in the balance ahead of elections on May 7.
Pakistan has played a pivotal role in determining the outcome of the current crisis in Yemen.
That’s the message from JAL’s decision to skip an Arab League meeting. And it’s good news for Israel.
A look into what Egypt is doing to stop the swarm of terror attacks in the country.
If universities are increasingly dominated by an Islamist agenda, and they are where our democracy’s future is trained, what sort of future awaits us?
It is not easy to keep pace with the shifting kaleidoscope of alliances and alienations, or the reasons behind them, but if any one area is a microcosm of the whole, it is Yemen.
Current instabilities in the Middle East will generate compelling reasons for Israel to re-examine its traditional posture of nuclear ambiguity.
Israel’s right to exist is the right of the Jewish people - and does not require America, Iran or anyone else to give approval on that right.