A change in Israel's government could accelerate Israeli dispossession of the Palestinians and result in further warfare and bloodshed.
You’d think that the Israeli government couldn’t play Uncle Sam a sucker to fight yet another war, but three warmongers are driving U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.
If what the U.S. government and media are saying about Iran seems vaguely familiar, it's because we've heard it all before.
Israel's prime minister is attempting to bamboozle the clueless Donald Trump into getting on a new war footing.
As Americans focus on everything Trumpian, Palestinians die (or are killed) as a matter of course in Gaza. And, once again, the U.S. is complicit.
The Atlantic's editor in chief breathlessly reported that Mohammed bin Salman told him that both Jews and Palestinians have a right to their own state. There is nothing unprecedented about what the Saudi royal said.
A demographic expert estimates that there are about 6.9 million Jews and 6.5 million Arabs in the area—figures that have sparked outrage among nationalist lawmakers.
As Official Washington fumes over Russiagate, Israel’s more significant political-influence-and-propaganda campaigns are ignored .
Let’s acknowledge that Israel's Likud Party and its allies on the right do not want peace with the Arabs.