The one way street of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.
Will a Third Intifada take its place?
Deep in denial, they declare for statehood.
An exclusive interview with a leader of the Syrian opposition.
He endorsed the "will of the people" in Egypt without knowing what it is, and he actively rejected the will of the Israeli people who voted for a center-right government.
From Algeria to Iraq, the Muslim Brotherhood is well-positioned.
The former Evin prisoner, a current resident of the U.S., heads a growing, youth-oriented opposition movement.
A group of West Bank Israelis and Palestinians want the politicians and the outside world to step aside — they can manage just fine on their own, thank you very much.
Iran claims Israel has "terror brigades" after the assassination of Hamas operative al-Mabhouh. But no mention of the 30 years of terror attacks inflicted by Iran.
It isn't just President Obama's attempted deal-making with Iran that has come a cropper. There is 30 years of failure behind him. (Also read Michael Ledeen: "Berlusconi for President.")
Egypt is headed for a repeat of the Iranian Islamic revolution — and U.S. tax dollars may very well be funding it.
The American government refuses to acknowledge the medieval abuses of Christians at the hands of the Palestinian Authority.
The boycott's revisionist history belies a virulent strain of anti-Semitism now active in Norway.
Putin is looking to use the Iranian nuclear situation to reposition Russia as a superpower.
President Obama blames the "settlements." He could not be more ill-informed.
Should Israel strike at Iran's nuclear sites? If so, when? (Also read Richard Fernandez: Calculus.)
When Western societies blame themselves and the "injustices" they perpetrate for the violent attacks against them — the terrorists win.
As expected by his critics, Obama's overtures to the Muslim world have former allies changing sides, expecting Iran to be the winner.
Syria, due to horrible mismanagement and siphoning by Turkey, is in dire need of a water source. Israel has one.
Condoleezza Rice and Barack Obama said radically different things about democracy when each spoke in Cairo.
Ironically, it has been the expansion of the Jewish settlements driving the Palestinians to the negotiating table.