Netanyahu's controversial speech is masking another issue: The president's responsibility to avoid making a bad nuclear deal.
The Israeli prime minister seems willing to undermine his country's relations with the U.S. in order to save his career.
In other news, the Israeli national security advisor tells his American interlocutors that he wishes the prime minister's address to Congress weren't taking place.
Ron Dermer answers questions about John Boehner and Iran.
The Israeli prime minister has two main tasks, and he's failing at both.
Chutzpah in Gaza
Manuel Valls argues that the charge of 'Islamophobia' is often used to silence critics of Islamism.
Manuel Valls: "If 100,000 Jews leave, France will no longer be France."
It is easy to express solidarity with murdered cartoonists, but it is difficult to live as bravely as they did.
The Charlie Hebdo massacre represents a direct attack on perhaps the most crucial Western ideal.
Collecting out-of-context banalities (and the occasional profundity) can help make a line move.
Mr. Greenwood would like you to know that he is: a) Lee Greenwood; and b) proud to ignore conventional rules of grammar.
Achieving a nuclear deal with Tehran is hugely important. But stopping Iran from slaughtering innocent Syrians is a worthy goal.
The Conservative politician agrees with Obama: America's opening will help transform the island.
If the restoration of diplomatic ties leads to greater openness, then the president's bold move will be justified.
President Obama did what needed to be done: Alan Gross is home, and the U.S. has reversed its 50-year hostility toward Havana.
It wasn't the CIA that created the atmosphere that allowed torture to happen.
The military option isn't much of an option. But diplomacy could inadvertently pave the way to a nuclear Iran.
Understanding the true genocidal nature of the Muslim Brotherhood's Palestinian branch
Remembering a time when Islamist extremists wanted to persuade reporters, not kill them