It is not the obligation of any country to pursue its adversary's endgame rather than its own.
Does "never again" apply just to the Jewish people, or should it apply to everyone?
As the shape of the Syrian war changes, Israel faces new strategic challenges.
The U.S. can clearly state the way forward for the Palestinians: they have to make a down payment on peace with Israel.
Decades of U.S. Middle East policy, up to this very day, can be described only as "split-brained."
It should be clear that the JCPOA nuclear "agreement" did not moderate Iran's ambitions – nuclear or otherwise – and pretending will not make it so.
The United States persists in treating Lebanon as if it were a country. Nope. Not the case.