Author Archives: Geoffrey Aronson
The president’s moves in favor of Israel have shattered what was left of the problematic Oslo Accords.
At some point he’ll realize the Gulf region is a graveyard of failed ideas for collective security.
The administration is trying to wish Palestinian refugees away in order to serve hardline Israel interests.
Not only has Sykes-Picot survived in the Middle East, it has beaten back all challengers.
The long-disputed territory between Syria and Israel found its way onto the dais in Helsinki. Here’s why.
Apart from the lingering campaign against ISIS, the U.S. effort there is imploding while Tehran holds the cards.
Trump’s man is now installed in Jerusalem—and we all all know which side he’s on.
Not since the Balfour Declaration in 1917 has there been such a decisive thumb on the scale for the Zionist cause.
A coalition of spoilsports is withholding aid until the regime goes. It’s ordinary Syrians who will suffer.
More than 1,400 have been wounded in clashes between Palestinian protesters and the Israeli military. The media has barely noticed.
But Washington will continue to blunder into confrontations in the Middle East without a comprehensive strategy.
A new play for nationalism may be leaving America without a partner.
With the White House firmly on his side, Bibi’s biggest challenge is to restrain his appetite.
The rub: After the confetti falls, Palestinians won’t be able to exercise true sovereignty, anywhere.
Netanyahu’s hardline government is using the U.S. embassy move to expand and strengthen settlements, ending any prospect for peace.
The crown prince could be working to engineer a two-state solution that favors Israel.
Yet it is still attempting to manipulate, and will lose at that, too.
Arrest of royals signals new ruthless, activist leadership. Trump weighs in.
Assad is set to prevail with Russia, Iran and China benefitting, too.
Resolving conflict now an ‘artifact of history’ and Trump couldn’t care less.← Older posts
from The American Conservative