The Trump administration's peace plan is irreparably flawed. The longer it's postponed, the better.
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Israel’s Supreme Court sided with the military in three house-demolition cases, but a close examination of the rulings exposes the increasing tensions on the court around the legality of the policy of destroying the houses of terrorists.
A new law threatens to cut-off key U.S. foreign assistance to the Palestinians. Here’s how Congress can prevent that from happening.
Here is the Winter 2018 Supplement for Bradley & Goldsmith, Foreign Relations Law: Cases and Materials (6th ed. 2017). These materials cover, among many other things, the Supreme Court’s decision in Trump v. Hawaii (the “travel ban” case), which is excerpted with questions; the Supreme Court’s decision in Jesner v.
Canary Mission undermines the Israeli cause.
Israel’s Supreme Court Hands a Victory to Lara Alqasem, But the Future of Foreigners’ Free Speech Remains Uncertain
The Alqasem ruling seems to make the possibility that the Supreme Court will strike down Israel’s anti-BDS law even more remote.
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
Tactical context is important in assessing the report of the Military Advocate General of the Israel Defense Force on Operation Protective Edge.
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.