Editorials

When Friends Leak

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There is an old political adage: “There are no permanent friends or enemies in international relations, only interests.” While it is unquestionably true that...

After Egypt’s Coup

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Until last week, most of us thought we knew what a military coup d’etat was. If the army removes the civilian head of state...

Leaders Of The Future

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For six decades, baby boomers have reshaped American society, as they entered each new stage of their lives. They’re about to do it again....

Mandela’s Rise Above Resentment

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As we go to press, Nelson Mandela is in critical condition in a Pretoria, South Africa hospital. He is the subject of much discussion...

Erdogan Misses An Opportunity

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In March, just before he was to end his visit to Israel, President Barack Obama placed a call to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan...

The EU Bows To Hezbollah

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The European Union, comprised of 27 member countries, further diminished its own credibility as an international influence, when it failed last week to approve...

What Does Moderation Mean?

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Iran’s new president-elect, Hassan Rowhani, says he seeks a “dialogue with the world.” And the 64-year-old cleric says his country should show “greater transparency”...

A Revered Jewish Agency Closes

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When the Jewish Education Services of North America (JESNA) closes its doors at the end of the month, it will be a quiet end...

What Peacekeepers Are — And Are Not

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On June 6, when the Syrian army retook the Kuneitra crossing on the Golan Heights from anti-government rebels, it crossed into the demilitarized zone...

The Unclear Message In The Telephone Data

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Reaction to revelations that the U.S. government is secretly collecting data from an estimated three billion phone calls a day as well as from...