Bashar Assad's forces suffer strategic losses, and are facing a dearth of manpower.
The U.S.-supported move has some success, but questions remain going forward.
Syrian President Assad's "strategy of tension" in Lebanon.
Whoever prevails, Syria will face a totalitarian future.
In the manner of adolescents, they think that security and prosperity just sort of happen by themselves.
Still, Western media pretends the split never happened.
With an Iranian confrontation looming, he corners 94 of the Knesset's 120 seats.
The prime minister and his party hold a strong hand.
Israel prepares for arrival of march calling for its destruction.
The tactic is likely to fail, but the rebels are similarly too weak to overthrow him.
Military conflict with Israel is the last thing a troubled Hamas wants now.
If Bashar Assad does not survive in Syria, Hezbollah will be confronted by rising Sunni enemies.
Gaza offers a real-world example of the brutal Muslim Brotherhood in government.
Sensing the rise of Sunni Islamism, Hamas is seeking benefactors other than Iran.
An interview with Globes writer Amiram Barkat on Israel's massive gas discoveries.
Parsing the “what if it was your son?” argument.
With a fervor worthy of a better cause, the Assad regime is trying to prove that there is life and efficacy in the old methods of repression yet.
The once-mighty party of Ben-Gurion and Rabin is now looking small and rather lost.
Prime Minister Erdogan has launched a bid for ownership of the Palestinian cause.
Stealth socialist strategies are employed against the Jewish state too.
The Jewish state's enemy in Lebanon may be stronger but it's actually much more vulnerable.
A Jerusalem bookshop opens a window onto the West's disturbing support for Palestinian causes.