Vivek Ramaswamy’s views on Israel are shaped by two competing influences on his politics: libertarianism and national conservatism.
After months of denial, Indian news outlets now report that eight ex-Indian Navy officers have been charged by Qatar with spying for Israel.
A fifth of Democrats view Israel as “a state with segregation similar to apartheid,” according to a University of Maryland poll.
While Pakistan is unlikely to recognize Israel any time soon, there are clearly efforts by powerful forces in the country to test the waters.
The Summit for Democracy falsely divides the world into two camps: autocracies led by China and Russia and democracies led by the United States.
More Democrats and millennials across party lines say they feel greater sympathy for the Palestinians than for the Israelis.
New York City Comptroller Brad Lander called for tying aid to Israel to commitments to democracy and human rights.
The mainstreaming of Israel’s religious ultranationalists will lead to further American Jewish disenchantment with Israel and Zionism.
The rise of civilizationalist leaders in democracies empowers anti-liberal and anti-democratic forces.
Trump, like many of his other likeminded civilizationalist leaders, is contributing to a world in which mass migration, radicalization and increased political violence will likely pose threats on a far larger scale than they do today.