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  • September 26, 2016|Daniel DoronThe Weekly Standard

    What Would a Palestinian State Look Like?

    Everyone is, or pretends to be, in favor of a "two-state solution," which stipulates that peace between Israel and the Palestinian Arabs will come only when the Palestinians can establish their own independent state next to Israel. There is nary a

  • October 30, 2015|Daniel DoronThe Weekly Standard

    On the 'Sudden' Eruption of Palestinian Violence

    Originally published under the title "On That 'Sudden' Eruption in Palestinian Violence." The recent spike in suicidal terror attacks in Israel by mostly teenage Palestinian Arabs was allegedly sparked by the fire bombing of an Arab house near...

  • October 19, 2015|Daniel DoronThe Jerusalem Post

    To Win, Israel Must Attack

    Excerpt of article originally published under the title "To Win – Attack." Taking the initiative in war, and going on the offensive, makes victory more likely. This may also be true for the war over Israel's international standing. Israel's hasbara

  • June 30, 2015|Daniel DoronThe Jerusalem Post

    Israel's Survival Depends on Economic Reform

    Excerpt of an article originally published under the title, "Reforms – Prospects and Impediments." Our highly concentrated "system" has impoverished a nation with excellent human capital and corrupted its economy and politics. Unless we get rid of...

  • May 16, 2015|Daniel DoronPJ Media

    A Deal to Finance the Iranian A-Bomb

    Whatever the intentions of President Obama, if the Lausanne framework agreement is ratified, and the sanctions on Iran are removed, it will save Iran from possible bankruptcy and give it the means to finance a breakthrough and acquire an atomic

  • April 01, 2015|Daniel DoronThe Weekly Standard

    A Palestinian State: Why Not?

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recently noted that with the Middle East in chaos, it may not be a good time to establish another rogue state, Palestine, which would likely be taken over by Iran's proxy, Hamas, which would then launch a...

  • March 05, 2015|Daniel DoronThe Weekly Standard

    Iran's Deadly Strategy

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faced a daunting task at his address to Congress this week: convincing a friendly America, but a hostile administration, not to let Iran acquire an atomic bomb that could undermine the West and destroy...

  • January 19, 2015|Daniel DoronThe Weekly Standard

    Netanyahu Can Win Reelection by Fighting Corruption

    Originally published under the title, "How Netanyahu Can Win." Coming on the heels of a spate of revelations regarding corruption in the Israeli government – as well as worrisome signs of dysfunction in Israeli governance, exposed during last...

  • May 15, 2014|Daniel DoronIsrael Hayom

    Olmert Isn't Alone

    What does it say about Israeli society and the system of government when a prime minister is convicted of taking bribes? There will always be a few rotten apples. But the Holyland case, and many other instances of bribery at the upper echelon...

  • February 23, 2014|Daniel DoronIsrael Hayom

    Lower education?

    A top-notch higher education system that promotes critical thinking is a must for an advanced economy and society. It is a prerequisite for advanced scientific research and technological expertise, both of which are crucial for economic growth...

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