March 1, 2019

Already in the mid-1990s, a playful riddle circulated among foreign-policy types: In the aftermath of the Soviet collapse, which are the world's two great powers? Answer: The United States and Qatar. In other words, the outsized ambitions of a country with a native pop...

March 1, 2019

This may be the first thank-you letter you’ve ever received in The Jerusalem Post (article was originally published here), but you’ve performed an important public service. You’ve given a gift to the often-quarreling Jewish people. You’ve outed Progressive hypocrites a...

February 27, 2019

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sparked outrage among the left when he brokered a merger between the Jewish Home party and alt-right party Otzma Yehudit in an effort to safeguard a right-wing majority in Israel’s upcoming elections this April. Otzma Yehudit--...

February 21, 2019

The United Arab Emirates is projecting itself as a leader of inter-communal and inter-faith harmony with the first ever visit by a Catholic pope to the Gulfand an inter-faith conference that is as much about dialogue as it is about absolute political control.

There is n...

February 19, 2019

Have you ever had trouble with Waze? Like it somehow translated the name of the city to which you were headed as the name of the county, and took you to another location about an hour further than the expected destination? How about in a foreign country where you don’t...

February 13, 2019

Despite claims to the contrary, the Palestinian-Arabs, territory and the fate of the Jewish settlements will permeate the agenda of the April elections, lurking below and hovering above all other issues.

The major issue is not [attaining] an agreement, but ensuring the...

February 13, 2019

The only course requirement is that you are a Jew. Before anyone screams discrimination, it wasn’t a Jew who created the requirement. It was a bunch of antisemitic Labor party members in the UK. Blame them for what should be an easy A for any Jew. But wait, they said z...

January 29, 2019

Dear Bob, Carmen, Linda, and Tamika,

When Donald Trump was elected President, I felt broken; I was broken as a woman, broken as a parent, broken as a Jew. All of the values that I held (that I hold) dear were not only being outwardly challenged, but the safety of those...

January 29, 2019

It was a relief to finally step off the plane, not simply to stretch my legs after the lengthy flight, but to have finally arrived in the famed Holy Land. Having never been abroad up to that point, my excitement was mounting. After all, I had, at long last, landed in t...

January 28, 2019

Once inconceivable, the dismantling of UNRWA; the naturalization of stateless Palestinian residents in Arab countries; and the emigration of Palestinians from Judea-Samaria & Gaza are slowly emerging as realistic outcomes

Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever rema...

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Bahrain Summit Foretells the Future of Peace in the Middle East

June 20, 2019

INTO THE FRAY: The deadly detriments of a doctrine of defense

June 20, 2019

INTO THE FRAY: The Bahrain Conference: Failure Foretold

June 9, 2019

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