Category: Israeli diplomacy

Lieberman’s Bitter Pill

Apr 23, 2009

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The Lieberman laxative is a bitter pill, meant for die-hard, old-style peace processors, which flushes away the Annapolis process, the Arab League initiative, Oslo residue and more.

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Beleaguered Sderot: Strategic Folly and Shame

Jun 24, 2007

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The neglect of Sderot – the Israeli town that borders the Gaza Strip and was under seven years of bombardment from Gaza — is a metaphor for the ebbing away of a caring Jewish-Zionist society, and a symbol of the recklessness that passes for Israeli security policy.

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Make Mubarak Sweat

Dec 6, 1998

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Congress should hint to Mubarak that there are costs to Egyptian bellicosity towards Israel.

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Japan should show it means business

Jun 7, 1991

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Published in The Jerusalem Post, June 7, 1991.
By Harry Wall, director, and David Weinberg, assistant director, of the Israel Office of the Anti-Defamation League.
LAST month’s surprise announcement that Toyota would …

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