Despite all the petty politics and infighting, there are still reasons we shouldn’t be so quick to assume that elections — and (possibly) a new prime minister — will solve Israel’s problems.
Washington would like to believe it has a lot more leverage over Tehran than it really does.
The Obama administration is conducting a “policy review” on what to do about Syria and Iraq. But rehashing the same strategy could just make a bad situation even worse.
The 2016 Democratic prospect isn’t Bill 2.0, but if anyone could work miracles on the fraught U.S.-Israeli relationship, it might be her.
In a region now crowded with failed states, a murderous terrorist group has gained a foothold, changing the power dynamics and the United States needs to pay attention.