Regions / Israel
The president couldn't answer a simple question about Israel and Egypt, which speaks volumes about U.S. human rights policy.
What needs rewriting is not the Geneva Conventions but Israel’s abusive and illegal war strategy.
A House resolution on the Goldstone report represents Bush's foreign policy legacy.
The Obama administration and congressional Democrats, in rejecting the recommendations of the Goldstone report, have defended Israeli war crimes in Gaza.
A left-leaning dissident Israeli makes the case that Israeli Jews have lost their way, and says to get back on track, Israel needs to admit to its share of responsibility for the plight of the Palestinians.
The Obama administration must take this report on atrocities committed during the Gaza War very seriously.
Has the Obama administration capitulated to Israel or made a shrewd calculation?
To promote the conditions for peace in the Middle East, the U.S. should tie security assistance to Israeli settlement policy.
To reach a peace settlement in the Middle East, the United States has to put pressure on Israel and reach out to Hamas.
Netanyahu's recent speech in favor of a Palestinian state contained several contradictory elements that cleverly undermined its central message.