An American object lesson for Israel
By Suzanne Rosenberg The day after President Donald Trump was inaugurated, the Pink Hat movement was formally born. Some three hundred thousand…Read More »
Is a war in the Middle East imminent?
Joe Biden would have given in to pressure from AIPAC and in a joint statement with acting Israeli Prime Minister…Read More »
Will a Biden trip to Saudi Arabia be his “Walk to Canossa”?
By Raphael Benaroya In 1076, in a contest of the Holy Roman Empire’s secular power and the Catholic Church’s ecclesiastical…Read More »
U.S. needs to reset its relationships in the Middle East
By Raphael Benaroya The Middle East has long been an arena of conflicts and intrigues, driven by tribal feuds, religion,…Read More »
From Bethlehem – A view of misthought on Israeli history
Perhaps the biggest single misthink in Western history is best understood by standing in the town square of Bethlehem, allowing…Read More »
US-Israel agreement to attack Iran?
The successive Jewish military offensives against Gaza and the West Bank have always been protected by the “spiral of silence”…Read More »
Pre-empting the war criminals
“Too little too late”. It’s as true of Bashar al-Assad as it was of Muammar Gadhafi, as it was of…Read More »
A weak start, but not too late for U.S. to assert itself in Iran negotiations
By Raphael Benaroya In 2018, President Trump withdrew the U.S. from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) — the…Read More »