It’s a Wonderful Middle East

There is a lot of George Bailey in America’s foreign policy DNA.  And, like George, we’ve now seen in the Middle East the dystopia of a world in which we are absent. 

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“Palestinianism” Doesn’t Allow Peace Process to Succeed

Peace with Israel creates an existential problem: Palestinian identity has become defined solely in terms of conflict with Israel; how can the Palestinians give up the conflict without giving up the key to their identity?

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Was Israel’s Defence Minister Right to Rip Obama?

Just weeks ago, Israel intercepted a ship, the Klos C, with a cargo of sophisticated Iranian weapons destined for Iranian proxy armies terrorising Israel. Just days ago, those same Iranian proxies fired dozens of rockets at Israel.  Was there even a word of serious American protest to the Iranians? Did it even slightly alter the American negotiating posture? 

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Pushing Back Against “The Worst Law You’ve Never Heard Of”

FATCA has been implicated in the recent surge in renunciations of U.S. citizenship by Americans abroad.  Expatriations have risen from a pre-FATCA trickle to a current level of thousands per year.  Many Americans operating overseas businesses and requiring foreign financial services are being forced to choose between citizenship and livelihood.

Obamacare Follies: Lessons For Israel

An administration which so easily lies to its own citizens to achieve domestic political ends cannot be trusted to act faithfully towards the citizens of other countries. Continue reading