War Over Endorsement at Wall Street Journal?

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by Jim Lobe The Wall Street Journal’s editorials have been quite critical of both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, arguably more so of the former than the latter. But then this week, two of its regular columnists—Bret Stephens and William… Continue Reading  

Gaza’s Women Are Being Besieged on All Sides

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By Reem Amer and Tanya Rubinstein Over the past few weeks the Israeli media has focused much of its time on the all-female flotilla to Gaza, which was stopped by the Israeli army on the way from Sicily to the… Continue Reading  

Report: Take More Risk to Find Common Ground with Iran

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by Jim Lobe Whoever moves into the White House next January should be willing to “take more risk to find some common ground with Iran,” according to a new report released by the non-partisan Atlantic Council on October 19. Calling… Continue Reading  

The Hub of the Jewish Neoconservative Echo Chamber

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by Marsha B. Cohen The Tikvah Fund is a private philanthropic foundation that works closely with neoconservative think tanks and media outlets as well as an array of academic institutions to promote conservative ideologies. The foundation seeks to influence both… Continue Reading  

Eight Lessons from Afghanistan

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by Diana Ohlbaum On the security front, recent assessments of Afghanistan exude doom and gloom. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph F. Dunford called the situation “roughly a stalemate,” telling senators that nearly a third of the… Continue Reading