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Jeffrey Goldberg

I'm Going to Take a Break, Sorry

Lilac Sigan | Posted 08.05.2016 | World
Lilac Sigan

So, are the changing winds bad news for Israeli journalism, or for the feasibility of the two state solution? Not necessarily. Many believe that the overkill and over-dramatization used by Ha'Aretz and its likes achieved only hatred, not peace.

Why the Right Wing Is Angry That We Blocked War With Iran

Joe Cirincione | Posted 05.22.2016 | Politics
Joe Cirincione

Preventing an Iranian nuclear bomb has been a key goal of Ploughshares Fund and many other security experts for decades. To suggest otherwise -- as David Samuels did -- is absurd.

Journalists Dispute Claim They Helped Sell White House Iran Deal

The Huffington Post | Michael Calderone | Posted 05.10.2016 | Media

NEW YORK — Two prominent foreign policy journalists are pushing back at The New York Times Magazine for what they described as a “defamatory” ch...

From Cairo to Goldberg

James Zogby | Posted 04.30.2016 | Politics
James Zogby

The recent article in "The Atlantic" was disappointing in that it presents a portrait of a President who appears to have given up trying to deliver on the promise of his 2009 Cairo speech. He has resigned himself to an "unfixable" Middle East and "thrown in the towel", blaming the Arabs for this failure.

Intolerance on Display

James Zogby | Posted 11.13.2015 | Politics
James Zogby

Despite this distressing state of affairs, we continue our efforts to provide leadership for our community and a forum for compassionate leaders like Martin O'Malley to address critical issues facing our nation. It is only way to advance desperately needed change in our politics and policies.

Chris Wallace Interviews Joe Biden

Arnold Steinberg | Posted 10.23.2015 | Media
Arnold Steinberg

This is Chris Wallace. In the wake of Joe Biden taking himself out of the race for President, I interviewed the Vice President at his official reside...

Jeffrey Goldberg's Assault on Free Speech

Chaker Khazaal | Posted 08.14.2015 | Media
Chaker Khazaal

Let me be clear, I have no sympathy for the Muslim Brotherhood and would never cast a vote in their favor. However, labeling the Arabic HuffPost as a mouthpiece for the Muslim Brotherhood is not only patently false, it is an attempt to constrain free speech that endangers journalists who are already suffering for simply reporting facts, or their insight, on Arab issues.

Public Figures and Petty Hatred

Abraham H. Foxman | Posted 07.15.2016 | Impact
Abraham H. Foxman

Here at the Anti-Defamation League, we get it all the time. Most recently when we criticized Jarryd Hayne, a former Australian rugby star and now a running back on the San Francisco 49ers, for revisiting the ancient charge blaming Jews for the death of Christ.

MAG: Is It Time For Jews To Leave Europe?

The Atlantic | Posted 03.15.2015 | World

For half a century, memories of the Holocaust inoculated the Continent against overt anti-Semitism. That period has ended—the recent fatal attacks i...

Matalin-Reagan Debate Obama's Rope-a-Dope Strategy in ISIS Crisis

HuffPost Radio | Posted 09.07.2014 | Politics
HuffPost Radio

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"Is 'dither' the Republican word for 'think'?", asks Lawrence O'Donnell. So our duo discuss both sides: the-tan-man-has-no-plan-"yet" vs. he's a deliberate president trying to get the substance and coalition right. In his Wednesday address to the Nation, will he say -- their boots, our bombs? Then: Putin in Ukraine, Rick Perry in court, the ALS in America.

Michael Calderone

Iraq War Supporters Urge Caution Amid ISIS Media Frenzy

HuffingtonPost.com | Michael Calderone | Posted 09.08.2014 | Media

NEW YORK -– As the Obama administration weighs whether it should try to manage the Islamic State, destroy it or follow it to the “gates of Hell,...

Shrum-Frum Debate Clinton/Obama and Cops/Minorities

HuffPost Radio | Posted 08.17.2014 | Politics
HuffPost Radio

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Maliki out-Abadi in; Gregory out-Todd in; Sterling out-Ballmer in. In a week of strife, Shrum and Frum debate two other enduring clashes: was Hillary's comment on Obama's "not doing stupid 'stuff'" nasty or innocent (she thinks the latter); how should cops patrol communities after Brown/Garner?

The Blind Alley of J Street and Liberal American Zionism

Norman Solomon | Posted 03.24.2014 | Politics
Norman Solomon

What does J Street's motto "Pro-Israel, Pro-Peace" really mean? That question calls for grasping the context of Zionism among Jews in the United States -- aspects of history, largely obscured and left to archives, that can shed light on J Street's current political role.

Jeffrey Goldberg Talks U.S. Intervention In Syria, Iraq

Posted 07.01.2013 | Media

Jeffrey Goldberg sat down with HuffPost Live for a wide-ranging interview about the Middle East. Goldberg, a national correspondent for the Atlant...

David Ignatius And Barham Salih On The Future Of Democracy In The Middle East

Posted 06.27.2013 | Impact

TIME: 4:40p-5:40p EST The Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg speaks in conversation with the Washington Post’s David Ignatius and Barham Salih, the fo...

Michael Calderone

Bloomberg View Expands With Jon Landman Hire And More Jeffrey Goldberg

HuffingtonPost.com | Michael Calderone | Posted 04.10.2013 | Media

NEW YORK -– Bloomberg View, the news organization's nearly 2-year-old opinion section, has hired veteran journalist Jonathan Landman to the newly cr...

Language, Culture Can Have Dire Political Consequences for the King of Jordan

Ali Younes | Posted 05.26.2013 | World
Ali Younes

When the Atlantic published an article by Jeffrey Goldberg about his interview and impressions of King Abdullah of Jordan, Jordan was swept in a political storm that has yet to quiet down.

King Abdullah: Muslim Brotherhood Are 'Wolves In Sheep's Clothing"

The Atlantic | Jeffrey Goldberg | Posted 03.20.2013 | World

It is still, on occasion, good to be the king. It is not necessarily good to be the king of a Middle Eastern country that is bereft of oil; nor is ...

James Fallows "Slithers" Into My Recent Reference to Gertrude Stein

Robert David Jaffee | Posted 11.17.2012 | Media
Robert David Jaffee

James Fallows wrote of Romney, "there is so little there, there." Isn't it funny that a few days earlier, in a column comparing Romney to Hemingway's Jake Barnes, I wrote of the Republican nominee that "there is no there there"?

Think Again: When It Comes to Bruce Springsteen, Chris Christie Is Missing the Point

Eric Alterman | Posted 09.11.2012 | Media
Eric Alterman

While the governor loves Springsteen, the artist heartily disapproves of virtually everything he and his fellow conservatives seek to accomplish.

Passover Is A Time To Renew Jewish-African American Common Cause

Rabbi Edward Bernstein | Posted 06.04.2012 | Religion
Rabbi Edward Bernstein

The Israelites may have left Egypt, but in many ways, we still experience Egypt. Humans still treat people who are different as "other." Until that stops, we are all still enslaved to prejudice and its consequences.

Commentaries For A New American Passover Seder

Posted 03.29.2012 | Religion

Jews have a special relationship to books, and the Haggadah -- the user’s manual for the Passover seder -- has been translated more widely, and repr...

Barack Obama Is Such a Traditional Jew Sometimes

Jeffrey Goldberg | Posted 05.15.2012 | Politics
Jeffrey Goldberg

George W. Bush was, in his own way, a philo-Semite, but he never would have made such a member-of-the-tribe kind of joke as Barack Obama did when I recently handed him a copy of the New American Haggadah.

Obama's Smart Red Lines on Iran

Joel Rubin | Posted 02.24.2012 | Politics
Joel Rubin

Instead of political pandering and promoting a reckless policy, Obama is making it clear that while he seeks to resolve the challenge from Iran, he also has policy red lines that should not be crossed.

Nakba Is in the Eyes of the Beholder

David Suissa | Posted 07.18.2011 | World
David Suissa

Perhaps the biggest disaster is the inability of the Arab world to see the Jewish state as anything but a cursed presence. Call me a cynic, but I don't think peace has a chance when Arabs still see the birth of Israel as a Nakba.