Discussing What Justice Demands with my colleague Agustina Vergara Cid on publication day. Watch the video.
Read an excerpt from my new book, What Justice Demands: America and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, at The Federalist: How America’s Unjust Approach To Israel Hurts Us (Not How You Think)
Would you recognize the signs of an incipient tyranny? Would you know how to oppose it? Timothy Snyder’s incisive book, On Tyranny, aims to distill enduring lessons from the twentieth century on the rise and functioning of tyranny — and to help us preserve our freedom.
The truth is that the Israeli-Palestinian “peace process” was stillborn. We should have buried that disastrous policy long ago….
A conversation with Joseph Cotto, Paul Gottfried, and Elan Journo about America and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The Afghanistan war is America’s longest war, longer even than Vietnam. Why is the United States, the world’s lone superpower, mired in these “forever” wars — against adversaries that are far, far weaker militarily? Continue reading
Two huge developments have put a renewed focus on the war-torn Middle East: President Trump’s abandonment of the Iran nuclear deal, and Israel’s air strikes on Iranian military bases in Syria. These may seem like yet more turmoil in a region marked by perpetual strife but, in fact, the stakes here are wider than people imagine.
Israel’s conflict with its adversaries used to be seen as a narrow, regional issue and, beyond that, of significance only to Jews and some evangelical Christians. But that’s myopic. In fact, the conflict is between freedom and tyranny.
For decades the United Nations has been deeply involved in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict — and through its many studies, reports, and resolutions, it has impacted people’s view of that issue.
Late last year, Donald Trump made history by announcing that the United States would formally recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.