Abbas's new NGO decree might trigger the Taylor Force Act, thus ruling out U.S. assistance.
There is a clearly applicable international agreement that directly addresses the vaccine issue—the Oslo Accords.
The nation's longest-serving prime minister has lost ground and is on the ropes—but he could still surprise on March 23.
The obliteration of the historical record is a fundamental feature of the Palestinian war to destroy Israel.
The Biden administration must reject those urging the politicization of labeling requirements to advance an anti-Israel agenda.
Faith in multilateralism is at the heart of the mindset of the foreign policy establishment stalwarts who have returned to power in the last month.
The case against Israel is but a symptom of the politicization of yet another international institution serving to empower the culture of impunity in regimes where there is no means for justice.
Notably, President Trump's landmark executive order on anti-Semitism has been scrubbed from the Biden White House's website.
We must use the recent successes of the Abraham Accord to move forward and further strengthen regional peace, stability and security.
The next U.S. administration should use the historic convergence of interests between Israel and the Arab-majority states to help place the region on a much stronger footing and greatly enhance the U.S.' economic and security interests for the long term.
The case of double standards against the Jews and the Jewish state is but one example of the failure of the international community to ensure consistent application of equal rights and laws for all.
It's time for Saudi Arabia to take control of its future. That starts by normalizing relations with Israel.
By ignoring our three thousand-year link to the Temple Mount, the U.N. validates the Palestinian refusal to recognize our right to exist as the world's only Jewish state.
The coalition between the pragmatic Arab states and Israel is off to a running start. It has the potential to expand—in terms of both numbers and influence.
Friendly governments today can become enemies or adversaries tomorrow.
The signing of the Abraham Accords and the reframing of the Arab-Israeli conflict as a localized dispute between Israelis and Palestinians has shattered a policy paralysis and a cycle of failed mediation and negotiations that has lasted for a century.
The foundation for Israel's new friendships are being built.
As indigenous people who reclaimed our ancestral homeland, we must be sensitive to others undergoing that same process.
Whether the critics are willing to admit it or not, Kushner's quartet of amateurs has done more to advance the cause of peace than all of the professionals and experts did in the previous quarter century.
The Israel-UAE and Israel-Bahrain peace deals represent much more than mere geopolitical developments. There is a deeper and higher resonance.