How David Cameron Plans To Channel Bibi and Win Britain's Election

David Cameron’s team spent plenty of time looking at how Benjamin Netanyahu won reelection. Here’s 3 lessons they will use to help him win Britain’s national vote.

Protesters demonstrate against the Vietnam War just months after the bloody battle that the Pentagon marks as the beginning of the conflict.

How Pentagon Plans To Whitewash 50th Anniversary of Vietnam

The American military is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War. Bernard L. Stein asks why the Pentagon plans to ignore the anti-war movement that he says brought the tragic conflict to an end.

Israel's then president, Shimon Peres (right), embraces the president of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev, on a visit in 2009.

Why Israel's Alliance With Azerbaijan Is So Shortsighted

Armenians are upset that Israel has failed to recognize the 1915 genocide. But Christopher Atamian says a misguided alliance with Armenia’s arch-enemy Azerbaijan is an even bigger geopolitical blunder.

More Is Better When It Comes to Jewish Numbers

Some argue that depth of communal involvement is more important than raw population figures. Not so, write Mijal Bitton and Steven M. Cohen. They say we need the numbers.

If a Holocaust Survivor Can Forgive a 93-Year-Old Nazi, Should I?

As the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, should J.E. Reich forgive 93-year-old former Nazi officer Oskar Groning now that one of his own victims has publicly embraced him?