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  • Netanyahu, Putin on same 'businesslike' level with Obama

    When it comes to relations with President Barack Obama, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been — elevated is not quite the right word — placed in rare company. "I have a very businesslike relationship with the prime minister,"...
  • Obama says U.S. credibility requires reevaluation of Mideast stance

    Obama says U.S. credibility requires reevaluation of Mideast stance
    President Obama said Tuesday that preserving the nation’s credibility internationally requires reevaluating the U.S. stance on Mideast peace talks and that recent comments by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have severely hurt chances for...
  • US foreign policy founders on ignorance, arrogance

    PARIS -- The first foreign policy speech given by a major Republican presidential prospect, Jeb Bush, in mid-February, was notable for its display of ignorance about the world and its menaces -- unfortunately a common Republican characteristic. Among...
  • Analysis: A divided Israel may seek unity government

    After a strong performance in last week's parliamentary election, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seems to be cruising toward forming a new government of hard-line and religious parties. But in the smoke-and-mirrors world of Israeli politics, a centrist...
  • Obama: Netanyahu statements don't clarify two-state solution

    An unconvinced President Barack Obama said Tuesday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's efforts to clarify pre-election statements rejecting creation of a Palestinian state still do not appear to advance the prospect of a two-state solution to...
  • Disastrous Iran deal may prove fatal to Israel

    In 1982, during one of many visits to Israel, I had the opportunity to speak with Prime Minister Menachem Begin, who told me, "Israel needs friends." He added that in the end, his nation could not trust any nation with its fate and security. The...
  • Deciphering the Israeli election

    Deciphering the Israeli election
    It is always difficult to decipher the results of an Israeli election given the fact that there are so many splinter parties that garner seats in the Knesset. Last week's election is no exception. A total of 10 parties will be represented in the new...
  • Arab-Israeli political leaders reject Netanyahu's apology

    Arab political leaders in Israel on Tuesday rejected Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's apology for comments he made in last week's national elections that offended members of the Arab community and said his words made him unsuitable to return for a...
  • Author packs synagogue for book discussion

    Author packs synagogue for book discussion
    Close to 300 people packed Temple Torat Emet in Boynton Beach on March 16 to hear author and journalist Mike Kelly discuss his latest book, "The Bus On Jaffa Road: A Story of Middle East Terrorism and the Search for Justice." The event was sponsored...
  • Nusra Front quietly rises in Syria as Islamic State targeted

    The Nusra Front, Syria's al-Qaida affiliate, is consolidating power in territory stretching from the Turkish border to central and southern Syria, crushing moderate opponents and forcibly converting minorities using tactics akin to its ultraconservative...
  • Divisive? Isolated? Brazen? Is that Netanyahu or Obama?

    Divisive? Isolated? Brazen? Is that Netanyahu or Obama?
    Wow, after reading The Sun's editorial on Benjamin Netanyahu's "win-at-all-costs" strategy ("A costly victory," March 19) this thought came to mind: If one changed the name and place, The Sun's editorial board could have been describing the elections of...