Avigdor Lieberman, who is taking a temporary leave of absence from driving Israel into the sea while he settles his legal affairs, has done it again.
Five thoughts on the Newtown shooting and the future of gun regulation
Like certain other people in Washington, I'm trying to make my own pivot to Asia.
Inaction on Syria doesn't automatically translate to inaction on Iran.
The assertion, in particular, that our country's loosened concealed-carry laws cause more spontaneous, emotion-driven shootings, isn't supported by the facts.
Anxiety is increasing about the prospect of a desperate Bashar al-Assad using chemical weapons against his rapidly proliferating enemies.
How do we reduce gun crime and Aurora-style mass shootings when Americans already own nearly 300 million firearms? Maybe by allowing more people to carry them.
Maybe the quickest way for Palestinians to achieve independence in Gaza and the West Bank is to give up their dreams of independence.
Strong words from Muslim Brotherhood expert Eric Trager.
She smuggled weapons into the Warsaw Ghetto and, after improbably surviving the Shoah, made sure we remembered what had happened.
The Israeli body count isn't low because Hamas is trying to minimize casualties. Quite the opposite.
Some updates, and questions answered.
Walter Russel Mead offers an explanation.
There are many temptations to send in troops, but it's still a bad idea.
Some observations as the Gaza crisis continues to unfold.
The Israeli government has taken to Twitter, and other online platforms, to brag about killing its enemies.
Hamas seems to be inviting its own destruction -- especially if reports of attacks on Jerusalem are true.
Hamas has crossed an Israeli red line. Prepare for the worst.