The prisoner exchange between Israel and Hamas reflects the power of occupation and the power of changing circumstances.
Israeli denunciations of the “Arab Spring” are counterproductive because they only reinforce the perception that Israel supports dictatorial rule in the region.
One of Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s responses to the recent middle-class protests was to build almost a thousand new houses for the settlers.
A UN vote to grant Palestine statehood may provoke an irrational reaction from Israel.
Fawned over by U.S. Congress, President Netanyahu seems to be leaving Israel the legacy of pariah state status.
Instead of children, imagine if AIPAC members asked the Haggadah questions.
The Real News Network interview: Obama presents neo-liberal reforms for Egypt and support for Israel as a Jewish State
Despite bin Laden’s death, the rallying cause for jihad still holds: U.S. support for Israel is as strong now as ever.
Talk of war with Iran and peace in the Middle East are two sides of the same coin.
Talking points on the aftermath of Biden’s trip to Israel, the president’s trip to Afghanistan, and the elections in Iraq.
The Israeli prime minister’s speech responding to U.S. wishes for the region amounted to little more than rhetorical change.
It would be truly breathtaking if George W. Bush — or any of the architects of the U.S. foreign policy fiascos of the 21st century — donned a hair shirt, repented of his actions, and performed an ideological about-face.
Twenty years later, we are still waiting for our invitation to the Cold War’s funeral.
If Wes Craven decided to make a horror movie out of the last year of U.S. politics, he would definitely cast Dick Cheney as the monster that can’t be silenced.
What would it look like if Quakers ruled the world?