The investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) mechanism will undermine local, state, and national sovereignty.
Europe has signaled it will not be party to Israel's efforts to economically benefit from the settlements.
In essence, the existence of a state is always independent of recognition by other states.
The U.S., like the EU and virtually every other nation, does not recognize Israeli sovereignty over the West Bank.
Contrary to the Obama administration’s denials, there are enormous differences between the U.S. and its allies on substantive issues of global policy.
One doesn't have to look deep into historical records to understand the eerie and ironic similarities between ISIS and former Levant strong-men, the Neo-Assyrians.
In April our parliament overwhelmingly authorized the use of Hungarian troops to fight ISIS.
The Palestinian Authority claims that Israel’s defensive operation in 2014 was a war crime.
Iran not only leads the world in per capita executions, but it is on pace to break its own record for executions in one year.
Even the smallest disruption of commercial shipping lanes can have profound effects on markets.