The hardest issue in the peace process needs to be resolved before settlements make it unresolvable.
Israeli-Palestinian peace ought to move from a quartet to a European-Chinese duet.
The ripples of the raids are only starting to spread.
Israel's intervention in Lebanon was a long-running disaster. Increased involvement in Syria may turn out the same way.
As America considers involvement in Syria, it ought remember the past debacle in its neighbor.
There are growing signs of a divergence in American-Israeli relations and interests.
Netanyahu may insist his state is "not neo-colonial," but Vladimir Jabotinsky, his ideological ancestor, saw things differently.
There's no straightforward logic to our nonproliferation approach.
Should Jerusalem bid good luck to both sides, or fear a new threat?
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