The high court ruled that the government could not deny entry to a group of women related to Hamas members who needed lifesaving medical care. But it stopped short of saying such a policy amounted to a illegitimate collective punishment
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Arab states and the Palestinian public are not eager for another round of violence, but Israel is ready to respond to one.
National Security Adviser John Bolton delivered the following remarks to the Federalist Society on Monday. The remarks below are as prepared for delivery.
“Protecting American Constitutionalism and Sovereignty from International Threats”
Thank you, Gene [Eugene Meyer], for your kind introduction. I want to thank Gene, as well as Dean Reuter, for the invitation to be here today. It is a true honor to address all of you this afternoon.
Tensions between Hezbollah and Israel are running high. What is keeping the peace—and can it last?
Israel’s Military Advocate General Terminates ‘Black Friday’ and Other Investigations: Initial Observations
A recent update from Israel’s Military Advocate General raises important questions about Israel’s view of the law of armed conflict and its responsibility to civilians in areas of conflict.
The third essay in a series on federalist governance in the Middle East.
The second essay in a series on federalist governance in the Middle East.
Fact and Fiction About the Amendment of the Israeli Supreme Court’s Jurisdiction Over West Bank Cases
The Israeli legislature has taken another step toward blurring the lines distinguishing the Israeli legal system from the one in the West Bank.
Should Israeli courts eat the fruits of the poisoned tree?