Why President Obama shouldn't accept Israel's policy of defensiveness and despair.
Advances in Israeli weaponry haven't led to advances in Israeli strategy.
Emboldened by the Arab Spring's Sunni wave, Hamas has overplayed its hand in Gaza. But can its newly empowered neighbors tamp the fire?
Gaza's radiating instability proves once again that Palestine is at the center of the region's problems.
Bubba, the fiscal swamp, after Gaza... the list goes on and on.
Eight questions about the Israel-Gaza conflict we still don't have a good handle on.
Israelis are once again going to war, even as they admit no sweeping victories are on the horizon.
The brewing war in Gaza shows why the United States must make a renewed effort to bring Israelis and Palestinians together.
This election showed that the Democratic Party's views toward Israel are changing in some disturbing ways.
Don't believe the loose talk of Barack Obama exacting vengeance on Benjamin Netanyahu -- the two leaders need each other too much to let old grudges get in the way.
The candidates may disagree on some human rights issues, but the next president will face challenges that transcend partisan lines.
Netanyahu hopes his new superparty will give him the stable majority he's always wanted. But joining forces with the far right could turn out to be a political disaster.
Doha's meddling in Palestinian affairs is much more about Iran than it is about Israel.
When it comes to Israel, neither Obama nor Romney is as good or bad as American Jews think.