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President Barack Obama is expected to announce his nominees for secretaries of state and defense in the next two weeks, with former Republican Senator...
The United Nations General Assembly’s vote to make “Palestine” a “non-member state” of the UN has done no less than legitimize the two Palestinian regimes that promote terrorism and Israel's destruction. How can the world claim to be fighting terrorism when it has just declared that two terrorist regimes should enjoy sovereignty?
WASHINGTON – Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations who is widely seen as a leading candidate to replace Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, has garnered plaudits from Jewish communal leaders for her work at the world body.
We must understand how Clinton's mind and that of a large portion of the Western elite works.
"The vote at the UN yesterday is a great moment for us as citizens of the world," said the email.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu betrayed the Obama administration by announcing a new settlement expansion and the cutoff of...
The non-member 'state' status will sink the Palestinian leadership even deeper into an obsession with intransigence in practice and paper victories that mean nothing in the real world.
"There is no benefit in maintaining a de facto construction freeze while Abbas is delegitimizing Israel."
Lieberman's apparent endorsement of Rice on Tuesday is largely symbolic.
Israel's final decision concerning what to do about a nuclear Iran will depend on answers to certain core psychological questions. Is the Iranian adversary rational, valuing national survival more highly than any other preference, or combination of preferences? Or, on even a single occasion, is this enemy more apt to prove itself irrational, thereby choosing to value certain preferences more highly than the country's indispensable physical security?
Reports in recent days suggest that Republican opposition to the possible nomination of UN Ambassador Susan Rice as secretary of state seems to be softening. Critics such as Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham are changing or at least modifying their tune regarding concern over Ms. Rice’s statements in the aftermath of the attack on U. S. diplomats in Benghazi.
Jerusalem and Washington continue to argue that the Palestinian move is wrong, but both have already capitulated.
Israel is losing the diplomatic edge.
"We expect continued firing of hundreds of rockets in the coming days."