Ben Cohen
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In his forthcoming book “The New Philistines,” Wall Street Journal correspondent Sohrab Ahmari devotes a few paragraphs to a symposium on art and identity convened by the radical … more
Jew-baiting these days is a globally competitive field. The Middle East, Latin America and Asia could all put up credible candidates for the title of most notorious Jew-baiter. But if you ask me, … more
The far left U.S. Green Party marked a significant milestone in the current campaign cycle when CNN broadcast a town hall debate with its presidential candidate, Jill Stein, and her running mate, … more
Still flushed with its success in the 2015 nuclear deal, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif last week embarked on a five-nation tour of Latin America to spread the message that Tehran’s … more
We live in an era of resurgent, strongman leaders. Some of them, like Russian President Vladimir Putin, carry an aura of invincibility, a sense that they effortlessly control the levers of power at … more
It’s been a long time since I saw a gesture this desperate. At the recent Arab Summit in Nouakchott, the capital of Mauritania, Palestinian Authority Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki … more
A decade after fighting the Second Lebanon War against the Islamist terror militia Hezbollah, Israel is again facing a buildup on its northern border, with the prospect of fresh hostilities … more
These are the days that Vladimir Putin has been aching for since the end of the Cold War.  On Dec. 5, 1989, three weeks after the Berlin Wall was torn down, angry crowds stormed the … more
In the days since the massacre of 49 people and the wounding of hundreds more by an Islamist gunman at a nightclub in Orlando, America’s political leadership has sounded more discordant than … more
A year ago, the world of Jewish academia suffered an irreplaceable loss with the passing of Prof. Robert Wistrich, the head of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of … more
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