“It is no simple matter to pass along [intelligence] obtained from an ally without first receiving permission,” warns Daniel Kurtzer.
What could Russian-sponsored “safe zones” across the Golan border mean for Israel and the U.S.?
FIFA delayed a Palestinian motion opposing Israeli settlement clubs, but members will not forget how Israel intimidated the world’s soccer body.
When discussing extremism with Saudi leaders, President Trump should address Saudi Arabia’s own incitement against Israel and the Jewish people.
Tanya Weiz survived the attack, but a friend she’d gone with, Liana, did not.
Memories of World War Two might be slipping from living memory in mainland Europe, but the shadow they cast remains long.
B’nai Brith Canada reports a shocking 26% in anti-Semitic incidents.
Let us hope that many French citizens will take part in the quest to rebuild society, in spite of our divisions, writes the president of the Union of French Jewish Students.
A decade after the Estonia attack, the West’s potential enemies still have a better sense of what they want to achieve in cyberspace than the United States or its allies.
In the late 19th century, my grandfather Jacob and his brothers left their Russian shtetl to seek a new life in South Africa. The rigors of pioneer life were not to Jacob’s liking; he returned to Russia, married my grandmother and immigrated to America. His brothers remained in South Africa, where they prospered and multiplied in Cape Town and Johannesburg.
Whether you hate Marine Le Pen or love her, leading thinkers agree that she has the potential to change France.
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