His administration is refusing to own up to the real consequences that his decision will have on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
For the ideology to thrive in 2017, its adherents need to reject the 1967 myth that Israel can have everything it wants.
The Israeli prime minister's controversial plans, condemned around the world, are about more than just punishing the Palestinians.
Egypt's new leader shows exactly why strong executives are the wrong choice for post-revolutionary governments.
Ankara's muted response to today's attacks provides a window into its domestic dilemmas and growing rivalry with Egypt.
Is Mahmoud Abbas an unrepentant terrorist or misunderstood scapegoat?
A scathing report by the Committee to Protect Journalists is too late to make a difference.
American politicians almost exclusively refer to the Israeli prime minister by his first name.
Is Israel's step away from free speech also a step away from its most important ally?