A recent book examines the origins and end of an affair between the film industry and the Jewish state.
As in Afghanistan, Trump’s decisions to withdraw have only emboldened terrorists.
Settlement growth in the West Bank is a product of population pressure, not policy.
The plan would satisfy concerns across the political spectrum by tackling the thorniest issues in new ways.
Where it counts—in the halls of government and boardrooms—the effort to boycott Israel doesn’t even register.
Whether it’s Iran, China, Cuba, or immigration, U.S. President Joe Biden often finds himself stymied by his predecessor’s foreign policy.
Europe’s arguments against restitution have ignored the legitimate claims of African scholars and governments for 50 years.
There have long been tensions between Muslim Mbororo pastoralists and Christian groups, but the war between Anglophone secessionists and the government has enflamed them.
Things could get even worse after the pandemic.