By Smadar Perry On Monday, February 5th, 2018
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How Lebanon Under Iranian Influence Sees Israel’s War Threats

The flagship trio leading Lebanon—the Maronite Christian president, the Sunni Muslim prime minister and the Shiite Muslim parliament speaker—is having trouble deciding whether the flood of threats from Israel More...

By Louis Rene Beres On Sunday, February 4th, 2018
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Nuclear Deterrence and Conflict: The Case of Israel

  By Louis René Beres “Deliberate ambiguity” notwithstanding, Israel’s’ core nuclear posture has remained consistent. It asserts that the tiny country’s presumptive nuclear weapons can succeed More...

By Uri Avnery On Saturday, February 3rd, 2018
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Uri Avnery: “Not Enough!”

  MANY YEARS ago, right after the fall of communism in Eastern Europe, I was asked to write a book about the events. Rachel took the photos, I wrote the text. The book, which appeared only in Hebrew, was called More...

By Louis Rene Beres On Thursday, February 1st, 2018
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Deciphering Complex Connections: World Politics and Israel’s Nuclear Strategy

By Louis René Beres “The existence of ‘system’ in the world is at once obvious to every observer of nature, no matter whom….” (Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, The Phenomenon of Man) More More...

By Uri Avnery On Saturday, January 27th, 2018
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Uri Avnery: The Jumping Parliament

  YEARS AGO, when I was a member of the Knesset, I decided to stage a demonstration in the plenum hall. I put on a T-shirt with the slogan “Peace is greater than Greater Eretz Israel”. In the middle More...

By Alex Fishman On Thursday, January 25th, 2018
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Trump’s Mideast Plan: Take It or Leave It

Knowing Donald Trump, he won’t give anyone an early warning. He’ll just deliver a festive speech and present his “ultimate deal” for the Middle East. There won’t be long negotiations with the two parties, More...

By Uri Avnery On Friday, January 19th, 2018
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Uri Avnery: May Your Home Be Destroyed

WHEN I first met Yasser Arafat in besieged Beirut, in the summer of 1982, Abu Mazen was not present. But when I met him again in Tunis, a few months later, he asked me to meet Abu Mazen, too. Abu Mazen, it transpired, More...

By Orly Azoulay On Wednesday, January 17th, 2018
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The Goal: A Blonde America

President Donald Trump was elected president after successfully detecting waves of hatred towards the “other,” which keep sweeping through the country. He managed to instigate, divide and provide his More...

By Louis Rene Beres On Wednesday, January 17th, 2018
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Nuclear Deterrence and Nuclear Conflict: The Case of Israel

  By Louis René Beres ‘Theory is a net. Only those who cast, can catch” – Karel Popper, The Logic of Scientific Discovery. Plausibly, from the very beginning Israel has had at least one continuing More...

By Uri Avnery On Friday, January 12th, 2018
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Uri Avnery: Bibi’s Son or Three Men in a Car

    NO, I don’t want to write about the affair of Yair Netanyahu. I refuse adamantly. No force in the world will compel me to do so. Yet here I am, writing about Yair, damn it. Can’t resist. And More...

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