JINSA Fellow Evelyn Gordon explains that an opportunity has finally arisen to finish what the Cedar Revolution began - and also to seriously weaken an organization that some U.S. officials have dubbed "the greatest threat to American national security."
JINSA Fellow Evelyn Gordon explains the recent Israeli election results that stunned pundits both in Israel and abroad with a "wide and deep repudiation" of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as some hastened to claim. And elections, as we know, have consequences. So are major changes expected in Israel's foreign and defense policy?
According to a new poll, Israelis don't believe the world's preferred formula for an Israeli-Palestinian deal - the 1967 lines with "minor adjustments" - provides defensible borders. JINSA Fellow Evelyn Gordon explains that this reflects the lessons Israelis have learned - or relearned - in recent years about the value of international guarantees.
JINSA Fellow Evelyn Gordon sheds some light on what Saudi-funded papers have been doing that may be far more important than another handshake on the White House lawn: providing a platform for Arab journalists and public figures to challenge the dominant Middle Eastern narrative of Israel as the root of all evil.
JINSA Fellow Evelyn Gordon reminds us that the true conflict in the Middle East has little to do with Israel. What chiefly concerns most of the countries involved is the regional balance of power between rival Muslim sects and states.
JINSA Fellow Evelyn Gordon explains that there is a growing fear among America's traditional Arab allies that Washington's support can no longer be relied on. She contends that the consequences of this growing fear are very real - and highly detrimental to American interests.