Developments in Washington have put Israel on its back foot, and one in particular calls into question the value of Netanyahu’s tight relationship with President Trump, with whom he’s chosen to be pictured on his campaign billboards.
PBS’s “Frontline” is premiering a documentary Tuesday examining Benjamin Netanyahu rise and his dealings with President Obama.
Time will tell if it’s a good deal — and probably not any time soon.
The veteran of several jobs in the U.S. State Department spoke Thursday on “Global Disorder and What We Need from the Next President.”
Jeremy Ben-Ami tells a U of M audience that opposition to a two-state solution endangers the future of Israel.
Pretty much any effort to divide the Middle East into friends and foes to America will fail due to excessive complexity, shifting sands of interests and a great deal of b.s.-ing the public.
The Israeli prime minister could surprise us. That thought and seven others following the Israeli election.
Rather than signifying a “great victory,” the prime minister’s win on Tuesday is unlikely to make Israel any easier to govern.
The letter is obnoxious, unhelpful and unprecedented. It is accurate. It is insincere. It is unsubtle. It is partisan and political. It is irresponsible. It is constitutional.
For Sen. Franken and Reps. McCollum and Ellison, the speech was more about politics than real progress on Iran policy.
Did the Israeli prime minister mean to imply that Israel reserves the right to take unilateral action, perhaps to bomb the facilities housing the Iranian nuclear program?
The Prime Minister’s speech is hugely controversial in Israel, as well. As much as Israelis might chafe at U. S. policies, most know how important the relationship is.
Because I wish for someone to do something for peace, I wrote up a few remarks that I wish Prime Minister Netanyahu would deliver.
A robust Israeli security operation to bring home three kidnapped teenagers has turned into a much wider crackdown on Hamas, which could potentially lead to a violent escalation after years of relative calm.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has backed the idea, which could make implementation of a two-state solution more feasible. But some say it’s a recipe for friction.
As the Israeli prime minister heads to Washington, this is the moment much of his career has led to.
The coinciding visits to Beijing of the Israeli prime minister and the Palestinian president this week speak to China’s growing interests in the Middle East.
The strong showing by centrist party Yesh Atid stunned Israeli election pollsters, who had predicted a stronger performance by right-wing parties.
Germany’s abstention from the UN vote on the status of the Palestinian Authority angered Israel and raised questions about whether Germany’s once almost unconditional support is changing.
Netanyahu paid tribute to ‘rock solid’ ties between the US and Israel. Many Israelis are worried about how the frosty first-term relationship will affect Obama’s actions during his second term.