Stephen Walt has modified his theory to the extent that it now has no explanatory power
Ross and Hochberg’s willingness to resort to strawman and guilt by association arguments exposes how weak their own argument really is
Walt’s efforts to show how the last ten years have proven him right would not pass muster in an introductory international relations course.
The political future of one of Israel’s staunchest supporters is on the line, as is the political power balance in the U.S. Senate.
WASHINGTON — In a rate statement unrelated to Israel or the Middle East, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee implicitly rebuked Pr…
A Senate bill on aid to Palestinians pits Israel’s political leaders against its military. Which side is pro-Israel? AIPAC couldn’t decide. Can you?
The pro-Israel community celebrated last week, as the Senate Foreign Relations Committee adopted legislation cutting funds from the Palestinian Authority because of stipends it pays to jailed terrorists and their families.
Jews were still discussing, arguing over and worrying about Israel right up until the 2016 election. And then it all stopped when Trump came along.
AIPAC attacked Obama when he opposed more aid for Israel’s Iron Dome, but has remained quiet now that the Trump W.H. has taken the same tack.
The Diaspora isn’t ready to sit in the back of the bus.