This question must be asked in light of the EU's policies toward the conflict, writes Michael Oren.
Israel's defeat in 1967 would have been a disaster for the region and the world.
The UNHRC has an inherent anti-Israel bias, writes Michael Oren, former Israeli ambassador to the United States.
The Palestinians will remain stateless after anti-settlements resolution, writes Israeli government minister Michael Oren.
The world must insist that Palestinian leaders refrain from praising past and present acts of terror, writes Michael Oren.
Washington must not determine itself against Israel as Europe has always done, writes Michael Oren.
The E.U. mustn't miss a historic opportunity for change in the Middle East.
An Israeli prime minister widely described as a hawk, and an Arab leader perilously isolated and reviled by the radicals, enter into peace talks—what chance do they have of succeeding? Not much, according to many commentators writing about the relaunch of direct talks in Washington this week between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.