The Arab street may still oppose Israel, but Arab governments are coming around.
But even Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance may not force the Trump administration to recognize that fact.
Instead of acknowledging the political and national aspirations of the Palestinians, negotiators are focusing on material and economic concerns.
Fifty years after the Arab-Israeli war, popular assumptions about its impact are begging to be reexamined.
Hillary Clinton subscribes to the “get caught trying” school of foreign policy. But action isn’t necessarily better than inaction in world affairs.