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U.S. interests require Israel on the Golan Heights
An Israeli retreat from the Golan Heights would not quench, but inflame Damascus’s long-term historical aspirations to solidify control of Syria.
The U.S.-North Korea-Iran strategic nuclear connection
The geo-strategic effects of the 2018 U.S. nuclear negotiation with North Korea and the 1994 U.S. nuclear agreement with Pyongyang have been closely scrutinized by Iran’s Ayatollahs.
Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
U.S.-Israeli ties: The 400-year-old foundations
According to Professor Daniel Elazar, the concept of the U.S. Constitution was inspired by the Bible in general, and by the covenant between God and Abraham and Jacob in particular.
The 2018 Shavuot guide for the perplexed
The holiday highlights reality as documented by the slavery in Egypt, the Exodus, 40 years in the desert, and a litany of wars and destruction.
At 70, Israel’s economy exceeds expectations
Since the year 2000, the economy of the Jewish state has leapt 65 percent—the second best among OECD countries.
US and allies bomb Syria. Now what?
America and its allies are faced with the choice of confronting the ayatollahs and Islamic Sunni terrorism in the trenches of the Middle East.
Demographic time bomb? Mistaken or misleading …
In 2018, Israel is the sole Western democracy and modern economy that benefits from a tailwind of fertility and net migration, providing for sustained economic growth with minimal foreign labor.
Israeli economy defies economic meltdown at 65
Red lines and preemption
Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir’s legacy
The Palestinians’ fuzzy math
Obama’s Steep Climb to Re-election