How Shimon Peres Evolved From Tireless Politician to Beloved Father Figure
The Boring, Predictable, Repetitive War in Gaza
What Israel’s Prisoner Exchanges Can Teach Us About Bergdahl
Israel and Obama’s speech: Obama is to blame for this unnecessary squabble.
Obama Middle East Speech: Goodbye nation-building, hello nation-facilitating.
Middle East uprisings: Should the protesters take a time out?
Why Israel hates the Egyptian uprising.
The Egyptian protests are exhilarating, but it’s important to think about what comes next.
Fifteen years after Yitzhak Rabin’s assassination, letting go is the right thing to do.
Will the great American rabbi please stand up?
Israeli-Palestinian direct talks and the art of low expectations.
With Hosni Mubarak ailing, the Obama administration must choose between stability and change.
The international response to the flotilla incident signals the final abandonment of Gaza.
What’s to investigate? We know what happened to the Gaza flotilla.
We won’t know if the Dubai assassination was worth it until we have all the facts.
President Obama is popular, but world leaders are finding it easy to say no to him.
Obama’s attempts to broker Middle East peace are doomed to fail—for now.
The era of intervention is over.
Who cares who’s president of Iran?
President Obama is too busy to save Darfur.