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Wikileaks: DNC Strategy Was to Push Trump to Front of Republican Line

To be able to win with so many strikes against her, Clinton's people felt she had to go up against a rival who would make a fool of himself and become the brunt of a million jokes.

Soros’ Strategy: “Raise the Cost of the Occupation”

Leaked files show how George Soros is going after Israel through Israeli-Arabs.

Israel’s Strategy Shift Bears Fruit

Guinea resuming ties with Israel almost half a century after severing them is a nontrivial piece of good news. It proves Israel's shift in foreign policy is bearing fruit.

What is the Most Important Part of a Good Investment Strategy?

A discussion on why objectivity should be an important component of your investment strategy and the five emotional triggers that cause the most damage,

What is the Best Strategy for Claiming Social Security?

Why is it sometimes good to take Social Security early? Why it is usually better to wait?

Why Ted Cruz Speaks for Me

He gets that we can’t just sit still, paralyzed by bad press and Democratic talking points.

Israel Shouldn’t Be The Main Course

Tragically, we are heading straight for a repeat of the U.S. attack on Iraq’s Saddam Hussein in 1991.

Cancer Imagery and Jew Hatred

The idea persists, despite the fact that — by any objective standard — the behavior of Israel is anything but expansionist and invasive.

Why the Ancient Art of War and Other Strategies Matter

An interview with Andrew R. Wilson, Professor of Strategy and Policy at the United States Naval War College.

A Policy in Search of Doctrine

In the face of seemingly irrational threats from North Korea, at least one American conclusion should be obvious and prompt: Nuclear strategy is a "game" that sane world leaders must play, whether they like it, or not. President Obama can choose to play this complex game purposefully or inattentively. But, one way or another, he will have to play.

Obama’s Flawed Advice To Israel (First of Two Parts)

One must presume that President Obama’s most recent calls for Israeli cooperation in the Middle East peace process are balanced, fair, and well-intentioned. Why not? At the same time, unsurprisingly, these all-too-familiar calls are manifestly thin, in the sense that they lack any genuine intellectual content.

Understanding Israel’s National-Security Policy

Needed changes in Israel's decision making process have simply not kept up with the growing complexities and synergies of Israel's always-hostile external environment.

Amidst the Chaos, the IDF Preserves Israel’s Independence

With Israel's military is at its strongest, the country is capable of dealing with its highly chaotic and dangerous environment.

For Israel, Better the ‘Blessing’ than the ‘Curse’

Israel must continue to base its policies toward both Iran and 'Palestine' upon an utterly candid and unvarnished awareness of threats to Jewish life.

New Netanyahu Coalition Govt All Cobbled and Ready, Maybe

The biggest losers, without a doubt, are the Haredi parties, Shas and United Torah Judaism.

After the Fall: What Do You Do When America Is (Temporarily) Kaput?

The current voluntary, but not inevitable, decline of the United States places many US allies at risk.

The Hamas Suicide Strategy

This strategy has often worked against a Western adversary or Israel.

As Horrific Images Outrage the Globe, Israeli Ambassador Explains Cynical Goals

In an interview with PBS NewsHour's Ray Suarez, Israel Ambassador to the United States Michael Oren explained the explosion of images circulating around the world, allegedly showing dead Gazan children "targeted" by Israeli air strikes.

Israel Facing Weak US Economy, Foreign Policy, Following Elections

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.

The Broader Implications of the Petraeus Resignation: Personal Behavior and Public Office

Originally published at Rubin Reports. General David Petraeus was the hero of the victorious surge strategy in Iraq. But he also has the distinction of...

Are You Thinking Clearly? (Podcast Part II)

How do you make the important decisions of your life, such as what to study or where to invest your money? Is there a mathematical strategy to thinking clearly? On this week’s Goldstein on Gelt show, Professor Michael Starbird, professor of mathematics and author of “The Five Elements of Effective Thinking,” talks about how we make decisions and how to think clearly.

To Tell The Truth: An Unlikely Scenario

Despite public surveys that show the general public largely opposed to negative campaigning, the overwhelming majority of candidates in contested races have refined this strategy almost to an art form.

Parshat Bereishit

With the campaigns for the presidency of the United States in full swing people are beginning to imagine the inaugural address that will be delivered this coming January 20. Especially this year, when the candidates offer such different visions for America, rhetoric enthusiasts are expecting whoever wins to deliver an inspiring speech designed to provide a strategy and game plan for the country to move forward.

Israel Should Pre-empt Hizbollah Now

As Israel comes closer to a confrontation with Iran, we should note that Iran’s primary strategy is unlikely to be direct conflict with Israel. Iran’s air and missile forces, despite their bragging, are not sufficiently well-developed to support such a conflict. Instead, I expect that they will depend on their main proxy, Hizballah.

The End of U.S.-Israel Strategic Cooperation?

Mark 2012, however, as the year the Obama administration took its most overt steps yet to tell the Arab and Muslim World the the U.S. was severable from Israel. How much of what the US and Israel developed over the years was shared with countries overtly hostile to Israel?

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