U.S. Politics

A New Era for the US-Israel Relationship?

February 13, 2018 Jennifer Dekel 0

By Jennifer Dekel Since the historic recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital by President Trump on December 6, 2017, and the president’s pledge to relocate the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, many have suggested that the […]

The Middle East

The Dogs of War Howl

February 12, 2018 Matthew Hines 0

By Matthew Hines The last 48 hours have unfolded an extraordinary series of events which may culminate in a war no one wants to see, and a war many statesmen have given precious time and […]

The Middle East

Time for the U.S. to Stop Treating Turkey As an Ally

January 26, 2018 Shep Gerszberg 0

By Shep Gerszberg  This past week, the Turkish military launched an offensive against Kurdish forces this week, firing artillery across its border into the northwestern Syrian town of Afrin. This assault is mainly against U.S.-backed Kurdish troops who make up […]

The Middle East

A Letter from a Yazidi Refugee

January 16, 2018 Khalaf Dakheel 0

Editor’s Note: This letter was originally published in The Jerusalem Post. By Khalaf Dakheel January 16, 2018 IDP camp, Iraq Dear World, I’m Khalaf Dakheel. I am a 17-year-old Yazidi. My people have always been peaceful and […]