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An initial nuclear deal reached with Iran: what does it mean?

Early Sunday, the U.S. along with five other countries (France, Great Britain, Germany, China and Russia) achieved a nuclear deal with Iran. This comes...

My Time in Boston Last Week

It was just supposed to be tax day. But in Boston, it’s Patriots Day, which for me is a day off from law school....

Is The Gaza Bombardment the First Twitter War?

By Dustin Mendus As tensions in Gaza have boiled into armed conflict yet again (although right now there's a fragile cease-fire), quite a few people...

The Romney Doctrine: GOP Nominee Backed Into Corner on Foreign Policy

Despite apparently putting Obama in the ground during last week’s first presidential debate, I still feel sorry for Mitt Romney sometimes. For all of...

Israeli Army “Deserter” Yana Gorelik is sentenced to 3 Months in...

One of the more consistent ideas that hovers around American public policy is the idea of ‘federal service’ of some type being strongly encouraged...

Obama vs. Romney: Battling for the Jewish Vote

The undisputed winners in politics last week were Jewish voters.  We have seen both candidates and campaigns go through great effort to establish themselves...

Can Culture Explain the Economic Gap in Rich and Poor Countries?

At a fundraiser in Israel on Monday, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney attributed cultural values to explain the economic gap between poor...

Missed Foreign Opportunities Won’t Be Soon Missed

The criticism over Mitt Romney's performance overseas recently won't mean much by the time the general election kicks into full swing. There has been a...

The GOP’s Got Polish Jokes

Why go to Poland, of all places? Polish and Jewish Americans can tell you about it

Mitt Romney’s Very White World Tour

Romney makes a sloppy attempt at bringing back the Old World Order