The U.S. must act to restrain Russia, Iran, and al-Qaeda.
A tale of two speeches.
Amos Yadlin is optimistic about his country’s future.
Of s—holes and sh—y little countries.
There is, in fact, an alternative to the status quo.
Overthrow of the regime is now the goal.
A strong alliance, but one threatened by generational shifts.
It acknowledges that the Israel-Palestinian conflict is not “the prime irritant preventing peace and prosperity” in the Middle East.
Bad Iran legislation is worse than no Iran legislation.
Bowing to threats is the wrong response.
But it will do good for the U.S. to acknowledge reality.
Will President Trump learn from the “Israel victory caucus”?
Nonetheless, there are signs of hope.
A triumph for the outsiders.