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Foreign relations of Israel

An Axis of Democracy?

History kept India and Israel apart. But times have changed. Will strategic necessity keep them together?

Brussels Unbound

The EU has "unilateralist" ambitions.

From Awakening to War

Without quick mediation, the politicization of religion could lead to conflict.

A New Axis: The Emerging Turkish-Israeli Entente

The Turkish-Israeli partnership offers many advantages to the United States. Most ambitiously, it could provide the nucleus of an American-oriented regional partnership made up of democratic allies--as opposed to the authoritarian rulers.

Commentary

Israel Isn't Isolated

Far from being a settlement-crazed pariah, Israel is reaching new highs of international integration.

Israel's Election and the Iran Crisis

An in-depth analysis of the strategic and political trends driving the Iran issue in Israel.

If Barack Strikes Back

If Obama tries to pressure Netanyahu in his second term, he isn't likely to get far.

Books & Reviews

Exodus

Morris turns to the origins of the one-state and two-state conceptions. It helps explain how the Israelis and Palestinians got themselves into this intractable conflict in the first place.

Woodward's Post-Electoral Prophecy

This article was originally published on October 26. Given Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld's resignation, it is being republished.

Strategic Horizons

Despite predictions to the contrary, America's superpower status remains uncontested.

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April 19, 2014