75 years after Israel’s founding, the country is turning increasingly conservative, permanently ending the dominance of the socialist ruling class. By Patricia Adams and Lawrence Solomon, published by The Epoch Times Israel’s left-wing opposition triumphed in March by forcing Benjamin Netanyahu’s governing right-wing coalition to suspend its plans to reform the judicial system. The left […]
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Israel is Moody’s latest gaffe
Whether the protests against judicial reform succeed or fail, the financial services company will restore Israel’s positive rating.
Do not poke the bear. The West may soon face the consequences for rousing the economic and military might of Russia.
2023—the Year of the Antisemite
Israel’s right-wing government will give the West’s left-wing antisemites endless cover to promote hatred of Jews.
By Patricia Adams and Lawrence Solomon, published by The Epoch Times While most governments of democracies, and all governments of tyrannies, strive to strip their law-abiding citizens of the right to bear arms, Israel now does the opposite. Get guns, keep them loaded, and be ready to shoot when out in public, it tells its […]
The coming dismemberment of Ukraine
By Patricia Adams and Lawrence Solomon, originally published by The Epoch Times Commentary The West’s wishful thinking that it could win a war against Russia using Ukraine as its proxy is coming to a close. Western sanctions against Russia—initially predicted to bring the Russian economy to its knees—have backfired. Absent Russian resources, European economies are reeling […]
By Patricia Adams and Lawrence Solomon The countries of the West are teeming with Chinese spies, and Canada is no exception. But in one way, Canada does stand out, and glaringly so. Unlike the governments of other countries, which in the last five years came to appreciate the extent of China’s malevolent influence in their […]
Israel’s accelerating democracy
Following the greatest repudiation of the left in Israeli history, right-wing lawmakers are aggressively honoring their election promises.
Eisenhower and Skokie, not cancel culture, point to how antisemitism can best be beaten.
By Patricia Adams and Lawrence Solomon What explains the remarkable exchanges between President Xi and Prime Minister Trudeau at the G20 meeting, where Xi initially rebuked Trudeau in diplomatese by refusing to grant him a formal audience, and then rebuked Trudeau publicly in a corridor press scrum after granting him an informal meeting? The most plausible explanation given the […]