April 30, 2013

Ignore Alarmists: Israel Is Doing Quite Well

Barry Rubin, Jerusalem Post

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What often seems to be the world’s most slandered and reviled country is doing quite well.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Israel


April 29, 2013
Lessons of the Syrian Reactor
Bruce Riedel, The National Interest
It seems clear today that ensuring Syria would not possess a nuclear reactor under Assad’s despotism was the right choice, particularly in light of the political and social chaos that subsequently descended upon that... more ››
April 28, 2013
Tranquil Days for Israel
David Ignatius, Washington Post
It's a measure of the relatively quiet time for Israel these days that the sharpest argument at a big national security conference here was between an ultra-Orthodox rabbi who wanted "autonomy" for his fellow believers and... more ››
April 24, 2013
Another Nail in the Two-State Solution's Coffin
Tom Friedman, NY Times
On April 13, Prime Minister Salam Fayyad of the Palestinian Authority resigned. It was an easy development to miss, but not one to be ignored. It was very bad news, because Salam Fayyad was the “Arab Spring” before there was... more ››
April 18, 2013
Why a Palestinian State Needs Israel
Adam Mallerman, The Commentator
The Palestinians, badly treated by the Arab world, must turn to Israel to build a lasting future. more ››
April 24, 2013
Israel's Fraying Image
Jacob Heilbrunn, The National Interest
A number of incidents suggest a cultural shift is emerging that could presage a reexamination of the nature of America’s political ties to Israel. This shift is rooted in a mounting perception that Israel cannot be exempted... more ››