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The Un-Realism of Today’s Foreign Policy

23 Shevat 5773 – February 3, 2013
The pseudo-realists in charge of western foreign policy today confuse what other countries should be doing with what they are actually doing.

Palestinians’ Nazi-Style Youth Movement Prepares for Jihad

How can anyone talk about the two-state solution when thousands of Palestinian children are being trained to use weapons and explosives to replace Israel with an Islamic state?

Standing in Israel’s Shoes

20 Shevat 5773 – January 30, 2013
Finally, what if, say, Venezuela was developing nuclear weapons and every other day one of their officials promised to root out the ‘cancer’ that was the U.S.?

Judgement Day in Africa

19 Shevat 5773 – January 29, 2013
In Washington there are deep differences of opinion as to how to address the growing jihadi influence in Africa.

White House Response to Morsi’s Vitriol Reveals Its Policy Rationale

11 Shevat 5773 – January 22, 2013
The US government will provide arms, money, and diplomatic support to a regime whose ruling forces openly evince hysterical antisemitism and call for genocide against Israel.

Algerian Hostage Crisis Proves Al-Qaida is Not Dead

10 Shevat 5773 – January 21, 2013
An organization that can seize about 1,000 hostages in the middle of Algeria, a country whose regime has been so tough on radical Islamists, is not dead.

Morsi’s Non-Apology Apology Appears to Satisfy US

7 Shevat 5773 – January 17, 2013
As predicted here, Mori's anti-Israel rants will have no affect on U.S. policy of aiding Egypt's transition to an Islamist democracy-dictatorship.

Hagel’s “Global Zero” Plan

4 Shevat 5773 – January 14, 2013
A nuclear weapons reduction plan advocated by Hagel evinces a less than serious understanding of both the nature of US deterrence needs, and the geopolitical balance between the United States and Russia.

Why Current US Foreign Policy Debate Doesn’t Make Sense and How to Fix It

2 Shevat 5773 – January 13, 2013
The issue is simply this one: When you say something or do something or spend something whose side are you on?

Cold War Tactics to Stop Iran

27 Tevet 5773 – January 9, 2013
The time is well overdue to respond to IRGC atrocities with the language of force that Iranian leaders only understand.

Noxious Nominations: The Four Horsemen of the American Foreign Policy Apocalypse

Smart people can make bad judgments; regular people with common sense often make bad judgments less often. But stupid, arrogant people with terrible ideas are a disaster.

A Bad Pick for Secretary of Defense

27 Tevet 5773 – January 8, 2013
I fear that if Israel ever faces existential danger such as that threatened by Iran, Hagel might just say that he is not the Defense Minster of Israel.

Outside the Territory of Reason

22 Tevet 5773 – January 3, 2013
The ability to perceive and make difficult choices is fundamental to the survival of a country.

How to Use American Influence

21 Tevet 5773 – January 2, 2013
U.S. influence is markedly less than we – or our enemies – think it is, or ever thought it was.

US Mideast Paradox: My Friend who Acts Like an Enemy is my Enemy

19 Tevet 5773 – January 1, 2013
A large part of the problem with Obama’s policy is that he not only treated enemies as friends and did not pressure supposed friends that acted like enemies, he joined them.

Mr. President, What Are You Thinking?

11 Tevet 5773 – December 23, 2012
How many times do we have to hear statements like 'the Jews have too much Power' before we realize that the people saying it are anti- Semites?!

You Don’t Have to be Jewish to Oppose Hagel for Defense

Chuck Hagel writes his own narrative, in which threats aren’t really threats and policies that actually work are just horrible.

The Salafi Crusades

27 Kislev 5773 – December 10, 2012
The Salafi political victories, militia victories and terror attacks are all part of the same phenomenon, and it is about time that we confronted it for what it is.

Israel Facing Weak US Economy, Foreign Policy, Following Elections

28 Heshvan 5773 – November 12, 2012
With President Barack Obama reelected there is every reason to believe that he will continue the tax, regulatory, and economic policies of his first term. That means the U.S. economy is unlikely to improve quickly, steadily, or even at all during the next four years. The problem is not just Obama’s own strategy on these issues but also the lack of business confidence in his plans.

Romney Stumbles on Foreign Policy

8 Heshvan 5773 – October 23, 2012
Barack Obama has a weak record in the Middle East, but one would not learn this from the debate, where Mitt Romney praised Obama's achievements ("It's wonderful that Libya seems to be making some progress"), agreed with Obama more than he disagreed, and rarely pointed out his failings. Presumably, Romney took this mild approach to establish his likability, competence, and suitability to serve as commander-in-chief.

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