Ben Cohen
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The first Saturday in September will see Israel’s national soccer team travel to Cardiff, the capital of Wales, for a crucial qualifying game for next year’s European Championship in … more
When it comes to the nuclear deal agreed to a fortnight ago in Vienna. there’s a pattern evolving that should be worrying the Obama administration: the more you know about it, the less you like … more
Back in 2003, as some readers will recall all too clearly, the noted historian Tony Judt penned a searing critique of Israel in the New York Review of Books. Titled “Israel: The … more
It’s safe to say that in the coming weeks, you’ll be reading a great deal about the new memoir, “Ally,” authored by Israel’s former ambassador to the United States, … more
The French, to the casual observer, are a real enigma when it comes to foreign policy. Sometimes it seems like they can be truly helpful, whereas other times they are truly awful. Take Iran. On … more
In a normal world, it wouldn’t be Israel that is the target of a campaign for boycotts, divestment, and sanctions. The tiny Gulf emirate of Qatar is a far better candidate. Why Qatar? There … more
The cemetery in Jerusalem’s Givat Shaul neighborhood was bathed in the fading sunlight of a late May afternoon. Silently and steadily, the column of mourners wound their way towards an open … more
For two weeks in June, Washington host a group of pro-Palestinian activists who have assembled an exhibit about the dispersion of the Palestinians during Israel’s War of Independence. The … more
The Virginia State Bar (VSB) — which, it should be noted, is a state body working with the legal profession in Virginia — has been embroiled in a nasty political row over its apparent … more
Back in Roman times, Yemen went by the name “Arabia Felix”—Latin for “Happy Arabia.” It’s hard to think of a greater misnomer for this Arab state on the southern … more
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