Jack Rosen


We Can’t Afford to Give Up on the United Nations

By Jack Rosen

We Can’t Afford to Give Up on the United Nations
For many Americans, and most Israelis, the words “United Nations” conjure up an image of an albatross at best, and a vulture at worst. Anti-Israel agendas, advanced by Islamic nations, routinely dominate the General Assembly and the U.N. human rights entities. Without the American veto, Israel would long ago have been the target of hostile binding resolutions in the Security Council.Read More


In Pakistan, Good Intentions Go Awry

By Jack Rosen

In Pakistan, Good Intentions Go Awry
The Obama administration is treating the situation in Pakistan with a growing sense of urgency that is entirely appropriate. Pakistan today is an unstable nuclear-armed state threatened by Islamic militancy, a combination that could make it the most dangerous country in the world. As head of an American Jewish organization, I have observed this gathering danger firsthand during several visits to the country and through meetings with its top leaders over a number of years.Read More






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