Articles

  • April 24, 2018|A.J. CaschettaThe Algemeiner

    The Palestinians’ Kite Jihad

    In the history of weaponizing the mundane, no one beats the Palestinians.

  • April 18, 2018|Burak BekdilGatestone Institute

    Let Turkish Scholars Speak: See What Islamism Is About

    Backward teachings on gender issues show why Turkey fares poorly in international rankings on gender equality.

  • April 18, 2018|Efraim InbarJISS

    The Future of Israel Looks Good

    Despite concerns about Israel's future, the country is doing well economically, militarily and internationally. The future bodes well for the country.

  • April 18, 2018|Seth FrantzmanThe Hill

    The Looming Cloud of Conflict with Iran

    As Israel celebrates 70 years of independence, the main security risk is a wider confrontation with Iran over Syria.

  • April 16, 2018|Efraim KarshMosaic

    How Harry Truman Crossed His Own State Department to Recognize Israel in 1948

    In the moments leading up to Israel’s independence, America’s diplomats did everything they could to stop the process, and the president, cold.

  • April 16, 2018|Phyllis CheslerTablet Magazine

    Honor Killing Is Not Just a Muslim Problem

    It's the most extreme form of institutionalized violence against women on the planet

  • April 16, 2018|Seth FrantzmanThe National Interest

    Syria: The Largest (and Most Important) Conflict of the 21st Century

    Unlike other international actors involved in what has become a global conflict, the U.S. is not clear about its interests in Syria. Greater strategic attention is necessary.

  • April 15, 2018|Jonathan SpyerThe New Republic

    The Great Distraction of Punitive Airstrikes

    Don't congratulate the administration on avoiding Russian retaliation. The airstrikes against the Assad regime don't resolve the bigger problem of a coming collision between Israel and Iran.

  • April 14, 2018|Daniel PipesThe Australian

    The Rise of Western Civilizationism

    The rise of civilizationist parties in Europe, often inaccurately dubbed far-right, necessitates critical cooperation with them, not marginalization and exclusion

  • April 13, 2018|Jonathan SpyerJerusalem Post

    Erdogan's Shadow Army

    The SADAT Defense Consultancy is a key example of the changing nature of the Turkish state

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