Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu will be speaking to Congress next week. He should reaffirm that further progress toward peace depends on Palestinian recognition that the Jewish people, no less than the Palestinians, have a right to national independence in a state of their own.
In the face of Gaddafi’s war against the Libyan people, Obama should align himself with a proud American foreign policy tradition, with both progressive and conservative roots. (Update: Obama finally breaks his silence on Libya.
Like the rest of the world, Israeli security experts did not foresee the tumult. They are mostly pessimistic about the outcome.
From the perspective of our founding fathers, our elites deserve rigorous criticism. But we mustn’t stop there.
Rather than the New York Times' outdated vision of "Progressivism," conservatives should become proponents of progress understood as the crafting of better laws to protect individual freedom.
A willingness to seek political negotiations with the Palestinians is a departure for Israel's prime minister.
Making sense of the complexity and contradictions of liberalism's newest incarnation.