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by | Sep 10, 2022

You say something about institutional terrorism and everyone thinks you are referring to Joe Biden’s economic policies, but the truth is that this time the issue falls a little further from home. As I write these lines, a conference on…

by | Aug 11, 2022

A Brooklyn man who U.S. authorities believe is an operative working on behalf of Iran was arrested on July 28 for casing the home of dissident Iranian-American journalist Masih Alinejad. Following days spent lurking around Alinejad’s residence, Khalid Mehdiyev was…

by | Aug 2, 2022

We are approaching the one-year anniversary of the collapse of the U.S.-backed Afghan government and its replacement with the Taliban. The Diplomat’s managing editor, Catherine Putz, spoke with Justine Fleischner of Afghan Peace Watch about what has transpired since then….

by | Jul 23, 2022

Palestinian Media Watch (PMV) exposes a special kind of duplicity that has infected Middle East politics and has made the emergence of peace take so much longer than it ever needed to. Its method, shared by another group called the…

by | Jul 17, 2022

A recent newspaper article lamented the end of what it called the “Golden Age of Travel” having ended with the pandemic, airport, and train station chaos, and soaring costs: Just imagine a world in which, almost overnight, the transport system…

by | Jun 11, 2022

Islamic terrorism against Christians abroad is a subject that leaves the Biden administration cold. In late 2021, President Joe Biden took anti-Christian Nigeria off the State Department list of countries hostile to religious freedom — a move that puzzled the…

by | May 15, 2022

Nine months after President Biden withdrew U.S. forces from Afghanistan — which happened after nearly twenty years of war there — we seem to have already unlearned all the lessons of that war and the debacle Biden created in quitting…

by | Mar 26, 2022

Madeleine Albright is being celebrated in death for many reasons, including being a pathbreaker as the first woman secretary of state and one of the triumphs of America’s immigration story. These positive parts of her story warrant praise from friends…

by | Mar 13, 2022

Yesterday, Iranian missiles struck near the huge U.S. consulate in northern Iraq. Iran claimed the attack was in retaliation for an Israeli strike that killed two members of its Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in Syria last week. What is…

by | Jan 22, 2022

In 1994, my wife and I took our children on a trip to visit relatives in England. We stayed over the Sabbath at her cousin’s home in a quiet London suburb. In the morning, I walked to the synagogue, one…

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