In deciding which of Trump’s appointees to shun, we must distinguish between those who served the country and those who enabled the president.
Considering the full picture of U.S.-Azerbaijan relations, the sensible position for Washington to take on Nagorno-Karabakh is the status quo.
The inescapable truth is that we are a bitterly divided community and will remain so for quite some time, possibly for good.
Trump can win and it would be a great mistake to live our lives in the next two months as if this is an extremely unlikely eventuality.
I cannot access even briefly the state of mind that leads one to think Donald Trump possesses the qualities to be President of the United States.
Thursday’s events are a reminder that surface-level assumptions about Israeli politics often prove to be unreliable.
As much as we would rather not admit it, gestures such as those made toward Dayan by progressive American Jews exact a real price on the ground.
Forcing an ill-fitting position on the party might work for a few more years, but it will eventually produce a backlash.
Engel’s defeat had little or nothing to do with Israel. However, this does not mean there are no implications for Israel in Congress.
No known litmus test exists in order to participate in a protest for racial justice or make calls to elected officials demanding police reform.