Bolton’s War

by Paul R. Pillar National Security Advisor John Bolton, aided by his comrade-in-arms Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, is doing everything possible to instigate a war with Iran. Naked aggression as a means of starting such a war may be… Continue Reading  

The Palestine Marathon

by Jen Marlowe I never intended to run a marathon, but when I realized that I would be on hand for the 2019 Palestine Marathon, I registered. I did so in solidarity with the goals of the aptly named Right… Continue Reading  

Why So Much Fuss about a Conference in North Carolina?

by Lara Friedman The ongoing hullabaloo over an academic conference organized by the University of North Carolina and Duke University—involving allegations that the event featured “severe anti-Israeli bias and explicit anti-Semitism”—highlights escalating efforts to delegitimize airing of facts that are… Continue Reading  

Israel’s Upcoming Elections and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

by Ofer Zalzberg Current polls project that the governing Likud party will secure enough seats in the Knesset for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to put together a new right-wing governing coalition, similar to the one he now leads. Netanyahu’s campaign… Continue Reading  

Talk of Golan Annexation Leaves Out Those Expelled From It

by Tom Pessah The vast majority of Israelis are still unaware that over 130,000 residents of the Golan Heights were expelled from their villages, towns, and cities during the 1967 war. In fact, over the past decades, the territory has… Continue Reading