Our economic laws of labor supply and demand have been stronger than our civil immigration laws.
President Obama’s anti-ISIS Iraq policies ignore geopolitics, ceding to Iran control of Iraqi military strategy.
Inaction will undermine prospects for a political solution to Libya’s crisis.
Congress has a pivotal role to play in ending a failed foreign policy relic and ensuring the successful revitalization of U.S.-Cuba relations.
The masses of Jews – on the left and right – shun those extremist Jews who sympathize with Israel’s enemies.
The Good Friday Agreement may not have happened at all without the Clinton administration’s dogged determination to bring about change.
Within Israel the brazenness of Netanyahu's challenge to President Obama is admired as distinctive Israeli chutzpah.
The Israeli voters who will determine the outcome of the next election are not focused on the ayatollahs in Tehran or negotiations in Switzerland.
Russia has a penchant for frozen conflicts.
Any agreement must also provide for sufficient deterrents against a possible future decision by Tehran to pursue nuclear weapons.