Foreign Policy

Israel’s indefensible settlements

The biggest barrier to a negotiated solution to the conflict, and the root cause of most of its core issues – is the one we in Israel call “the settlement enterprise.”

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After Crimea, no avoiding the Georgia question

 

When President Viktor Yanukovych fled Kiev two weeks ago, the over-arching question was what would the Russians do?  Now that Moscow has invaded Crimea and appears poised to formally absorb the territory...

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Why Libya matters

Two and a half years after Qaddafi’s ouster, Libya still does not have a new constitution.

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Will Mr. Putin drive Congress into the arms of the IMF?

Secretary Kerry and the White House are making the most of the $1 billion in bilateral loan guarantees on offer to Ukraine, but the fact is, this amount looks pretty meager compared to the $15 billion Ukraine’s interim government is now seeking from the IMF.

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False alarms on Iranian ICBMs

Even if Tehran acquired nuclear weapons, the United States already has the posture and capabilities sufficient to safeguard its territory.

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