Tuesday, July 22, 2014 Tammuz 24, 5774

By:
Naomi Chazan
The raging leadership crisis in Israel -- brought to a head by the scathing interim report of the Winograd Committee -- has diverted attention from one of the most significant and promising developments in Israeli-Palestinian relations. Quietly, persistently and creatively, a revived peace front is being consolidated. This multifaceted coalition is securing the civic foundations for a serious effort to...
Comment0
By:
Saul Singer
While it may be fair to demand of our leaders wisdom we pundits don't possess, we should at least have the humility to admit that's what we're doing. Let's go back for a moment to July 21, 2006, nine days into the war. In a column, I compared Israel's campaign to the Six-Day War, the Entebbe hostage rescue, the attack...
Comment0
Media Clippings
Those of us who love books and make them a central part of our lives had to withstand yet another blow in the continuing saga of print vs. the Web. An article in the May 2 New York Times brought the disheartening, but hardly unexpected, news that a number of newspapers across the country are cutting out their stand-alone book...
Comment0
Talk is cheap, but a diplomatic kashering of Syria and Iran could prove expensive
By:
A few weeks ago, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) took a bipartisan congressional delegation to the Middle East, including Israel. But the aspect of her trip that got the most attention was a visit to Damascus, which included a photo-op and talks with Syrian President Bashar Assad. The reaction from the White House and many conservative pundits was...
Comment0
By:
Stu Goldman
Comment0

Sign up for our Newsletter

Advertisement