The Jerusalem Letter series, analyzing issues of Jewish and Israeli public policy, first appeared in December 1977. It was combined with the Jerusalem Viewpoints series beginning in February 1992.
It is possible to discern the impact of the decline of Pax Americana in the Middle East and the end of the post-Gulf War era on the peace process. After all, the Arab world was coming to terms with Israel in the early 1990s because it sought American protection, money, and diplomatic influence in what was set to become a unipolar world. Read More »