When Trump Went to Israel

Despite Trump’s autocratic, strongman airs, his recent Middle East trip was also marked by a strange sense of weakness on the part of his Administration.

By Noam Sheizaf

Abbas's Unmerited Optimism

The Palestinian president's overtures toward a renewed peace, with the help of Trump, mask a darker reality back home.

By Dalia Hatuqa

On Israel, a New Consensus

The Democrats' platform changes on Israel-Palestine, while far from perfect, are evidence of significant progress.

By Jeremy Ben-Ami

Promised Land

The legacy of Ariel Sharon and the limits of unilateralism.

By Dennis Ross