Those pushing Obama to action in defense of his red lines were the ones who wanted the lines drawn in the first place.
Surely it is better to hope for progress than to progress steadily toward hopelessness.
Critics overstate the case that Israel is falling into international isolation.
Apparently contradictory statements on Syria have emerged, shedding light on the dilemma Israel faces on its northeastern border.
Israel's weakening international position is a danger to its own existence.
Iran and Hezbollah aren't the only state actors whose actions meet the U.S. definition of terrorism.
The secretary is exaggerating the Palestinian economy's potential.
Doing nothing is not an option.
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.
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