Editorials

The International Criminal Court

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No one favors genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity or wanton aggression. Despite that near-universal revulsion, few want the International Criminal Court to investigate...

A step toward religious freedom in Israel

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Last week, Israel’s Supreme Court ruled 8-1 that non-Orthodox conversions must be recognized for purposes of citizenship under Israel’s Law of Return. The decision...

The Senate’s power brokers

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November’s election brought the government under the full control of the Democrats, but not by much. Because of the 50-50 split, any Senate Democrat...

The international COVID laboratory

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Israel has vaccinated a higher percentage of its citizens against the coronavirus than any other country. More than half of the adult population has...

The Lonely Star State

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Texas has long prided itself on its individualism, its independence and its deep natural and human resources. That approach has often enabled the Lone...

Infection within the Republican Party

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We are troubled by a recent poll that found three in 10 Republicans believe the QAnon conspiracy theory. At a time when the party...

‘Soft-core’ Holocaust denial

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We have commented before on Poland’s effort to reframe Holocaust history, and to whitewash the involvement of Polish citizens in Nazi atrocities during the...

Beyond Donald Trump

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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell joined 42 other Republican senators in voting to acquit former president Donald Trump on the charge of incitement of...

Social media can’t have it both ways

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After right-wing extremists attacked the Capitol on Jan. 6, and Twitter banned then-President Donald Trump from further postings on its platform, some wondered why...

Reframing ‘dual loyalty’

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Last week, we were critical of NBC News’ mean-spirited suggestion that Anne Neuberger, President Joe Biden’s pick for deputy national security adviser on the...