April 18, 2018|Burak BekdilGatestone Institute
Backward teachings on gender issues show why Turkey fares poorly in international rankings on gender equality.
April 18, 2018|Efraim InbarJISS
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
As Israel celebrates 70 years of independence, the main security risk is a wider confrontation with Iran over Syria.
April 16, 2018|Efraim KarshMosaic
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
It's the most extreme form of institutionalized violence against women on the planet
April 16, 2018|Seth FrantzmanThe National Interest
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
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 civilizationist parties in Europe, often inaccurately dubbed far-right, necessitates critical cooperation with them, not marginalization and exclusion
April 13, 2018|Jonathan SpyerJerusalem Post
The SADAT Defense Consultancy is a key example of the changing nature of the Turkish state
April 12, 2018|Michael TottenWorld Affairs Journal
The goal should be to deter the regime's use of chemical weapons