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Islam’s apostasy problem

Saturday 31 May 2014
As you read this piece, a 27-year-old woman named Meriam Yahya Ibrahim will be awaiting her death in Sudan. For on May 15, she was sentenced to (...)

On Mideast, a hopeful dialogue

Wednesday 28 May 2014
Getting the former spy chiefs of Israel and Saudi Arabia to talk together about peace is hardly a breakthrough, but it at least helps keep alive the idea of an eventual Israeli-Palestinian settlement.
BRUSSELS Sharing a public stage here Monday were Prince Turki al-Faisal, the former Saudi intelligence chief, and retired Maj. Gen. Amos Yadlin, (...)

The ‘conquest-over-occupation’ season opens

Wednesday 28 May 2014
In about a week from today, millions of Turks will take to the streets, with colorful fanfare and fireworks, to celebrate the 561th anniversary of the conquest of Constantinople from Byzantium – the same Turks who are angry that Jerusalem is under occupation.
It’s May. It’s the month when Islamist Turks observe the tradition that explains why “conquest” is good but “occupation” is bad. For instance, (...)

White House should seek congressional endorsement for any Iran deal

Tuesday 27 May 2014
Eric Edelman is a distinguished fellow at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments and served as undersecretary of defense during the (...)

U.S. inaction on Syria helped make it a hell on earth

Saturday 24 May 2014
By Editorial Board RUSSIA AND China on Thursday vetoed a U.N. Security Council resolution calling on the International Criminal Court to (...)

You’re so sweet when you’re angry

Wednesday 21 May 2014
The prime minister and his men are angry. They secretly know that theirs is a losing war, despite impressive victories at every battle fought. And they are angry.
They always win. But they are always tense. Often, they look pensive and unhappy. They are angry, always ready to pick a fight. And they do (...)

Mr. Obama is choosing not to act on Syria

Friday 16 May 2014
By Editorial Board, Friday, May 16, THE PRINCIPAL achievement the Obama administration might claim in an otherwise tragically failed response to (...)

America should not soften its nuclear demands of Iran

Wednesday 14 May 2014
Nuclear negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 powers — the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia, and China — resume this week in an (...)

The winters of our Maronite patriarch

Wednesday 14 May 2014
Whether one agrees with Beshara Rai’s decision to visit Israel and greet the pope, or disagrees, the Maronite patriarch appears to have a (...)

Decision Time on the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process: U.S. Strategy Hits a Critical Juncture

Tuesday 13 May 2014
As narratives about the root causes of the impasse in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations take shape, U.S. leaders have a major decision to make (...)

Syria: A Candidate for “Pragmatic Humanitarian Intervention?”

Monday 5 May 2014
In the summer of 2012, International Security (Vol. 37) published an essay by Professor Richard Pape entitled, "When Duty Calls: A Pragmatic (...)

The Smart Power Play That Could Help the U.S. Control Putin

Tuesday 29 April 2014
Washington does not need to put boots on the ground to show Moscow, Tehran, and Damascus that is it serious about exercising U.S. power in the region.
Wall Street Journal Smart power is an important concept — and one the U.S. should most want to exercise right now. Smart power blends the soft (...)

It’s time for the Palestinians to reshuffle the deck

Wednesday 23 April 2014
The Palestinian Authority could either dissolve itself and shoot for a one-state solution, or immediately call new elections and get rid of the corrupt old guard.
The current situation in which everything hateful to the Jews they do unto others cannot continue. That line in the national anthem — “To be a free (...)

U.S. needs to plan for the day after an Iran deal

Sunday 13 April 2014
Should the citizens of Lebanon applaud a U.S.-Iran agreement even if it consolidates Iran’s Hezbollah proxies who have almost taken over the (...)

The presidential chess game has begun

Thursday 10 April 2014
Samir Geagea has declared his candidacy for the Lebanese presidential election, launching a thousand speculations. The Lebanese Forces leader has (...)

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