U.S. Policy

U.S. Policy: In-Depth Reports

Bipartisan Diplomacy and American Jewry

How does Israel try to keep Middle East or Israel policy from becoming a purely partisan issue in the United States? Read More »

Palestinian Authority and Hamas Join Forces against U.S. at UN

Unprecedented UN General Assembly Resolution against Hamas on Thursday, December 6? Read More »

Implications of the Khashoggi Murder for the House of Saud

What Do Some in the Region Gain by Saudi Arabia’s Punishment and Humiliation? Read More »

The Sky Is Not Falling in Washington: The U.S. Mid-Term Elections

Five Questions and Answers Read More »

The Iranian Economic Situation Continues to Worsen as U.S. Sanctions Loom

Inflation, unemployment, poverty, discontent plague the Iranian people Read More »

Moving the Australian Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem Will Advance the Peace Process

Arab world telling Palestinians to move forward toward peace. Read More »

Understanding the Threats from Iran

What Is Hidden under the Iranian Turban? Read More »

Moving the Australian Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem Will Advance the Peace Process

Arab world telling Palestinians to move forward toward peace. Read More »

Regarding Israel’s Borders: The Bible is neither a Land Registry nor a Legend

Rejection of politico-religious fundamentalism does not have to lead to ignorance of biblical meanings and their interpretation. Read More »

UNRWA Go Home!

How to deal with the Palestinian refugee issue Read More »

The Iranian Regime is in Deep Trouble

Will growing pressure force the Iranian government to change its policies? Read More »

How the U.S. Can Pressure Iran to Dismantle Its Nuclear Facilities

What are the chances that Iran will agree to dismantle its nuclear facilities for good? Read More »

Recognizing Israeli Sovereignty on the Golan Heights

Amb. Dore Gold testified in Washington before the House Subcommittee on National Security on July 17, 2018 Read More »

Iran’s Response to Trump’s Meeting with Kim Jong-Un

Iran press warns North Korea of Trump’s unreliability and emphasizes differences between Tehran and Pyongyang Read More »

Why Sanctions Make Investment in the Islamic Republic of Iran a High-Risk Proposition

Why Sanctions Make Investment in the Islamic Republic of Iran a High-Risk Proposition

Investing in Iran was not an attractive option even when the JCPOA was in place, but as President Trump moves forward against Iran, the U.S. secondary sanctions are going to make business with Iran unreasonable, and further exacerbate Iran’s economic difficulties. This may lead to greater frustration and dissatisfaction among ordinary Iranians, cause more domestic unrest, and constrict Iran’s ability to spread its influence in the Middle East. Read More »