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August 12, 2021
Lebanon and the geography of Arab change
As goes the Land of Cedars, so too will go the region. It is therefore critical that the outside world, including and especially the oblivious United States, stand with the Lebanese on their way to build anew.
June 7, 2021
Will an Arab party entering Israel’s government lead the region toward peace or war?
The success of Mansour Abbas represents a catastrophe for powerful interests everywhere. It is to be expected that interested parties with the power to act will work to sabotage him at all costs.
May 23, 2021
Jerusalem and the trap Hamas laid for Jordan and the PA
The terrorist group has positioned itself in a win-win position over its enemies—ready to gut Judaism, and threaten both Amman and Ramallah.
May 12, 2021
How Israel can reclaim the agenda and defeat Hamas
Gaza is not where Hamas can be defeated, because Hamas is no longer about Gaza. It is about Jerusalem and the heartland of the Holy Land.
August 9, 2020
Lebanon: What happened?
Part I of a series reviewing the facts of what we know has happened and an analysis of the horrific catastrophe in Beirut on Aug. 4 itself. Part II will focus on the ramifications.
July 6, 2020
Iran’s really, really bad week
Regardless of the actual cause of the several unfortunate events in Iran in recent days, the perception popularly is that the regime is under attack.
June 4, 2020
Israeli strategic infrastructure a battleground between the US and China
A national effort should be launched to use the post-coronavirus reset to overhaul the infrastructure industry to restore it to global dominance.