There may no longer be a unifying “center” to hold the GOP together.
Just to make the point clear, I did not cherry-pick these examples. These are the first 11 which constitute the first page.
Despite its humanitarian mandate, UNRWA’s very existence is political.
If you have never understood U.S. Middle East policy here it is: The (wrong) response to September 11.
Netanyahu's Bar Ilan Speech was not an attempt to emulate Obama by spreading false hope of an agreement with the Iranians.
I had accidentally happened upon the Jewish ghetto, where Jews were banned from most occupations and their dwellings restricted.
Iran is a rational actor in terms of its own objectives.
Israel has not really convinced the world that Iran is a danger.
Not much progress—which is really moving backwards—will be made on the Israeli-Palestinian front.
Netanyahu should formulate an interim solution to the "West Bank."
It’s over; it didn’t work; democracy failed.
As happy as I am to see the EPA and other agencies off the job, I’m concerned about morale among the hard-working law enforcement and essential-services folks.
She wrote two articles, one calling the Syrian rebels radicals, another saying they're moderates.
Was Cruz’s Stand an “Alamo” moment?
Georgetown was getting Arab money for teaching about the Middle East, but none of it could be used to teach about Israel.
Al-Jazeera again appears to be promoting Islamic violence these days, in Egypt and in Israel.
He gets that we can’t just sit still, paralyzed by bad press and Democratic talking points.
From the 1990s onward, Iran has gone further than any Arab country in hosting and officially endorsing Western Holocaust deniers.
The NY Times is lying. Netanyahu cannot "block" an initiative and if Obama wants talks he will have them.
Today's anti-democratic glue is apparently better than the glue of Slavic identity that formed the "Warsaw Pact" because it is a world view and a cultural perspective.