Negotiating like Jim Baker
There are Americans whose negotiating tactics have actually worked in the Middle East. John Kerry should be like them.
There was a time, not that long ago, when Chris Christie was willing to speak the truth when it came to matters of Islam and the Middle East.
Netanyahu's appointee Ron Dermer shows his Partisan Colors
Eyes rolled in Washington, especially among Democrats, when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appointed Ron Dermer to succeed Michael Oren as the Ambassador to the United States. Dermer, an American who migrated to Israel in 1997, was a protégé of Republican pollster Frank Luntz, with whom he worked on the 1994 “Contract with America.” As one of Netanyahu’s chief advisors – he is sometimes called “Bibi’s Brain” – he solidified Netanyahu’s ties to American Republicans.
And the fault is mostly Netanyahu's
And the fault is mostly Benjamin Netanyahu's.
A lobby at a crossroads
At its annual conference, the group recognizes its image problem—but hesitates to offer a bold solution
Obama gave a long interview about Israel and Iran. But you have to speak the right language to understand what he really said.
This is Damascus, last month. And these are Palestinian refugees lining up for food.
John Judis answers his conservative critics.
Awkward! But not for the reason you think.
Yes, this picture exists. Now let's talk about what it means (and doesn't mean).
A new Obama administration foreign policy post is attracting some controversy. It's really about getting the best people onboard.