Iran's foreign policy has been unique in that regard; Iranian leaders' geopolitical, ideological and regional hegemonic ambitions have been consistent since the establishment of the Islamic Republic.
When I grew up in America, you were either a Democrat or a Republican. Over the course of my life that has come to include more pinpointed terms like ...
It has been proven true over the years that victors write the history. Nowhere is this fact more obvious than in Jerusalem, where some Israelis are trying unsuccessfully to rewrite centuries-old history.
Modern western democracies and free-market economies are in crisis. The theory of trickle down -- that a vibrant market economy eventually leads to growth and prosperity for all members of society -- fails to explain the rising vulnerability among a growing number of households.
The biggest argument I hear on Twitter for why we should automatically vote for Hillary Clinton is that she is the most experienced candidate. But what do credentials matter when you are lacking in judgement? Credentials are fine, but credentials do not illustrate a person's behavior, attitude, or ability to perform.
Khamenei's swift method of blaming the U.S. for almost everything domestically, regionally or globally is classic and politically-driven. It does not adequately and fully address the question concerning why corporations are still reluctant to do business with Iran.
Cyber Security in Israel is a boiling hot investment arena, both for Venture Capitalists and for the companies themselves. The Israel Venture Capit...
The month of March is not an easy one for pro-Israel activists around the US and the world. It is usually marked with a variety of anti-Israel events on campuses, as activists and members of the Boycott Movement take to the stage to paint the complex shades of the Middle East and Israel with a one-colored brush, mainly blaming the State of Israel for all of the region's malaise.
You can only fight a war you believe in. Even if it isn't for ideals, it must be on some level worth your individualistic need and time. What if we could strive for peace using the same narrative? What if we could all believe that working for peace somehow was worth our individualistic need and time?
Hateful, negative, victimized, divisive, judgmental, hostile, violent and inhumane; do we really want the face of our society to be that kind of face? Do we have the right to demoralize our society because we believe others are demoralized?
Co-authored by Pastor Carlos Ortiz, president/founder of Hispanics Allied for Israel For the first time in 1,600 years, there are no Christians lef...
The misuse of land, symptomatic of any Middle Eastern country with agricultural territory, as well as construction of roads, airports, housing, and prestige projects on arable stretches in several countries has been robbing terrain of valuable assets as foreseen by a very astute Egyptian scientist.
My daughter, who is studying abroad for the year, recently returned from a trip to Poland. It was part of the year program she is on and so prior to going she spent some time learning about the Jewish history of the areas she was going to visit, the life that was there both before and during World War II.
As my plane landed in Los Angeles after a recent trip to Israel, I looked out on the many neighborhoods we take for granted that are not separated fro...
By now, most professional Democrats expected the party's pivot to the generation election to be getting underway in a bit way. It's not really happening. That's in large because the media loves a fight, even one that has a clear underlying dynamic contrary to the contest storyline.
The Justice Department and federal prosecutors have portrayed that individuals linked to the Iranian government have attacked U.S. infrastructure, including a small dam 20 miles north of New York.