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EU Foreign Policy Chief Calls for Rapprochement With Russia and End of ‘American-led System’
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EU Foreign Policy Chief Calls for Rapprochement With Russia and End of ‘American-led System’
May 29, 2020

The EU is Israel’s biggest trading partner and Borell himself underlined that it was important for Europe to have “the best relationship with Israel” as a new coalition government between Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz finally begins to take shape in the Middle Eastern state.

Our Civilisational Quagmire – Looking Truth in the Eye
May 18, 2020

This coming U.S. election is viewed by both Red and Blue as existential. Perhaps the most portent in America’s history.

Our Civilisational Quagmire – Looking Truth in the Eye
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Facebook Says Israeli Spyware Company Ran Vast Hacking Operation in the United States
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Facebook Says Israeli Spyware Company Ran Vast Hacking Operation in the United States
April 26, 2020

In 2019, nearly 1,400 WhatsApp users were hacked with a number human rights advocates and journalists targeted. The attack was allegedly the work the NSO Group, an Israeli spyware company.

COVID-19 Provides Media and Politicians Ground Cover for Destroying Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness
April 24, 2020

With every tragedy that befalls mankind few political leaders can resist the temptation to enhance the powers of the security state while attacking civil liberties. The response to the coronavirus pandemic has proven to be no exception.

COVID-19 Provides Media and Politicians Ground Cover for Destroying Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness
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Will Quiet Middle East Last? Or Is It Lull Before Next Storm?
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Will Quiet Middle East Last? Or Is It Lull Before Next Storm?
April 14, 2020

No time is more dangerous than when things get too quiet in a dangerous neighborhood, writes Martin Sieff.

A Tale of Two Foreign Policies: The Train-Wreck Abroad Is Bipartisan
March 19, 2020

No matter who is president the likelihood that the U.S. will change direction to get away from its bullying on a global scale is almost nonexistent.

A Tale of Two Foreign Policies: The Train-Wreck Abroad Is Bipartisan
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Don’t Expect a Democratic President to Roll Back Trump’s Policies
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Don’t Expect a Democratic President to Roll Back Trump’s Policies
March 9, 2020

America’s health care, its poor, its black and Hispanic minorities and the contest between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders don’t amount to a hill of beans in the Middle East.

Israel Hits a Brick Wall
March 8, 2020

Netanyahu is back where he started. No matter how many times Israelis go to the polls, they find that that a stable ruling majority is out of reach.

Israel Hits a Brick Wall
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