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The two dominant media stories about LGBT life in Israel are convenient narratives serving political ends — not queer Israelis, Raphael Magarik writes.


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Why Donald Trump’s Foreign Policy Might Not Be as Crazy as It Sounds

What Trump ultimately offers is a foreign policy more focused on narrow American national interests than previously pursued by the United States.

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