By Ben-Dror Yemini On Thursday, September 14th, 2017

Why Are Right-Wing Journalists Defending Corruption?

Right-wing journalists defending corruption while the criminal investigation is closing in on one associate after another. And one advisor after another, in one of the most serious affairs in the State of Israel’s More...

By Ben-Dror Yemini On Tuesday, September 12th, 2017

The PM, Right Failed in Response to Yair Netanyahu’s Anti-Semitic Meme

Let’s assume, just assume, that the person who posted the anti-Semitic meme wasn’t Yair Netanyahu, but the Swedish prime minister’s son. And let’s assume that instead of a food chain controlled by George More...

By Uri Avnery On Friday, September 8th, 2017

Uri Avnery’s 94-Years Birthday and He Is Still Confused

TODAY IS the last day of the 93rd year of my life. Ridiculous. Am I moderately satisfied with my life until now? Yes. I am. If by a miracle I could be returned to, say, 14, and travel all this long way again, would More...

By Louis Rene Beres On Wednesday, September 6th, 2017

Israel’s Preemption Lesson

By Louis René Beres Ten years ago, on Sept. 6, 2007, Israel quietly launched Operation Orchard, a preemptive attack against Syrian nuclear facilities. It is only because of this foresighted operation, and earlier, More...

By Louis Rene Beres On Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

The North Korean Threat: Rationality, Intentionality, and Nuclear War

  by Prof. Louis René Beres To deal with the growing nuclear threat from North Korea, US policy will need to be drawn from theoretical decision models. Four such models should be constructed along the axes More...

By Louis Rene Beres On Saturday, September 2nd, 2017

“America First” as Lawless Retreat From National Security

By Louis Rene Beres “The existence of `system’ in the world is at once obvious to every observer of nature….Each element of the cosmos is positively woven from all the others.” — Pierre More...

By Uri Avnery On Saturday, September 2nd, 2017

Uri Avnery: Crusaders and Zionists

A FEW days ago I found myself in Caesarea, sitting in a restaurant and looking out over the sea. The sunbeams were dancing on the little waves, the mysterious ruins of the ancient town arrayed behind me . It was More...

By Shimon Shiffer On Wednesday, August 30th, 2017

Pravda: Russia to Continue Backing Iran Despite PM’s Exhortations

The declarations were forceful enough. After the meeting between the prime minister and the Russian President Netanyahu spoke in sharp, certain terms on the Iranian entrenchment in Syria and Lebanon. “I expressed More...

By Louis Rene Beres On Monday, August 28th, 2017

Flying Blind: North Korea Deliberations Have Little Precedent

In deliberating with North Korea, President Donald Trump will have little or no meaningful precedent as a guide. Whatever transpires between Washington and Pyongyang, therefore, these unique ventures in escalation More...

By Nahum Barnea On Saturday, August 26th, 2017

When It Comes Down to It, Love Should Trump Hate

Michael Chabon is one of the most prominent Jewish writers in the US. The description of a “Super Jew” suits him particularly well, as he writes a lot about Jews in his extraordinarily humorous way. Last More...


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