ince coming to power in late 2016, U.S. President Donald Trump has spared no effort in attacking the Palestinian people and their legitimate and inalienable rights. Starting with the recognition of Jerusalem as "eternal" capital of Israel, relocating the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, the pro-Israel president [Read more]
A complex three-way deterrence is at work between the US, Iran and the EU, one that Israel could upset, even if it lasts without war
Liberal democracy had triumphed. Mankind had reached the final stage of socio-political evolution, with political and economic liberalism as the ultimate system for governing modern societies.
That triumphalist view, however, is now dead. Globalisation is in retreat. Nationalism, populism, nativism and religious [Read more]
[I]t is obvious that the U.S. will recognize the gravity of the situation and demand a prompt settlement from both sides.
Several memos were sent back to the British government by the UK ambassador to the US. Kim Darroch was exposed in the media recently. In confidential correspondences, Darroch commented poorly on the Trump administration, describing it as "dysfunctional", "unpredictable" and "inept". In response, Trump said the US will [Read more]
Andrew Bremberg is proud of his work expanding the US ‘gag rule’ that hurts women across the world
On this Fourth of July, its third with Donald Trump ensconced in the White House, the United States confronts both a political and moral crisis on its southern border.
The United States must become innovative at innovation again – but more importantly, the country must understand the deep disadvantages of its zero-sum approach.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s trip to Iran to help ease the confrontation between Washington and Tehran has been an unusual diplomatic attempt at peace mediation by the leader of Japan, a pacifist nation in the Far East.
Abe should continue acting as a fair and effective peace mediator to set a precedent for [Read more]
The United States’ role in Libya has varied from a very active one under the Obama administration into a more predictive and sit-and-see role under the Trump administration, which has engaged very little over the last two years in Libya.
An incident that has taken place this week is an alarm that should be heard [Read more]