The United States persists in treating Lebanon as if it were a country. Nope. Not the case.
Israel is now paying the price for behaving decently toward Muslims.
If the Trump administration believes that the goal is "peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians," it is in for disappointment.
If cities or states or businesses want to abide by Paris Accord-type environmental regulations, more power to them.
The international dam of denial concerning the Palestinian role in terrorism may be about to burst.
The president’s visit to the holiest site in the Jewish world is an exclamation point.
A successful policy will have tactical goals that fit into a larger strategic picture.
The so-called "two-state solution," to subdivide the land between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea between independent Israel and independent Palestine, fails the tests of logic and history.
The Trump administration might consider three priorities for American behavior – political, economic, and military.
Last week’s passage of U.N. Security Council Resolution 2334 erases previous U.N. guarantees.