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Reading While Eating for Sept. 28: Bombs Away

What You Missed at the United Nations: Benjamin Netanyahu stole the show with his nifty charts, but Israel may be dialing down its Iran threats for now...

Enter Bibi

It may be, as Jeff Goldberg asserts, that Bibi Netanyahu is just frustrated over President Obama’s refusal to approve an Israeli attack on Iran. Or it may be...

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Strike Talk – The Jerusalem Post has learned that Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told private meetings that setting Iran’s nuclear plans back a few...

Romney’s Israel Stop: Keeping Up Appearances

Mitt Romney got in and out of Israel with what he’d hoped for:  No gaffes, no real headlines — nothing so substantial as to risk a clear view of the image he had...

In the Holy Land, Romney to Court the Jewish Vote

Every four years, a Republican presidential candidate claims he can lure Jewish voters away from the Democratic Party. And every cycle, most of those voters stay...

World

An End to Assad? 1 | SYRIA As fighting between regime forces and rebel fighters intensified in the capital, Damascus, bomb blasts in the heart of the city killed...

TIME’s Interview with Ehud Barak: The Transcript

Ehud Barak carries the title of Israel’s defense minister, but his ambit extends a good deal further; no one is quite sure how far.  His chemistry with prime...

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MAIL Middle East Politics Richard Stengel's portrait of Benjamin Netanyahu is thought-provoking ["Bibi's Choice," May 28]. Yet since one of Netanyahu's basic...

Bibi's Choice

On the final night of passover, Benjamin Netanyahu is carrying a tray piled high with the sweet marzipan cookies Moroccan Jews eat to celebrate the end of the...