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This reversed Putin's own foreign minister, who stated earlier: "We, of course, cannot leave unanswered insults of this kind – reciprocity is the law of diplomacy and foreign relations."
Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz travels to Turkey after Yom Kippur to attend an international conference and meet with President Erdogan.
Adoption Day of Nuclear Iran Deal: "all economic and financial bans against Iran" will be removed.
The mullahs weren't interested in diplomacy without enrichment rights. Clinton led the fold on this point.
THThree NYC Cong. Ds from heavily Jewish districts defied constituents, announcing support for Nuclear Iran Deal.
Iran and the UK reopen embassies in Tehran and London, but Tehran is not ready for a US comeback.
As Secretary of State, she did know what to say about the Goldstone Report that condemned Israel for alleged war crimes.
Dore Gold pointed out to American Jewish Leaders that Israel and Sunni Muslims agree on Iran.
AIPAC, Take 2: Tell Congress to stop this Iran agreement.
The US and Iranian presidents told their nations the nuclear deal was signed, as US Secy of State John Kerry announced it to the world from Vienna.
US Secy of State John Kerry travels to Vienna on Friday for "final" nuclear talks with Iran.
Iran has not kept its end of the deal with US-led world powers, and has grown its nuclear fuel stockpile during talks.
The US is removing Cuba from list of state sponsors of terrorism. But Cuba's recent BFF, Iran, doesn't have such a clean record.
US President Barack Obama is finally forced to admit Iran's breakout time to a nuclear bomb will be "zero" just 3 years after the new deal ends.
Israel must respond to its Western neighbor's recognition of Palestinian statehood.
Today, conventional wisdom maintains that the George W. Bush administration had been a good friend to Israel and, unlike the Obama administration, had fought mightily against the creation of a Palestinian state. With this “wisdom” in mind, I ask readers to consider the following column of mine that originally appeared in The Jewish Press in August 2007.
At this point in Israel’s problematic diplomatic agenda, there is really only one overriding policy question: Can any form of negotiation with the Palestinians,...