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Is Big Data Good for the Jews? Could It Be?

10/28/2013
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Lost amidst the frenzy of media coverage over the past few months about government monitoring of personal data were revelations about the transformative effect of Big Data on the election of Barrack Obama in 2012.  A secret effort was established by the campaign involving dozens of young experts in analytics and behavioral science working up to 16 hours a day in a windowless room called "the cave" at the Obama headquarters in Chicago.

Iran’s ‘Charm Offensive’ Seen Putting Israel In A Bind

With Bibi’s demands looming in UN speech next week, will he, Obama be on same page?

09/25/2013
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President Barack Obama emphasized diplomacy at the United Nations Tuesday as a way to convince Iran to give up its quest for nuclear weapons. But Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to emphasize in his remarks next Tuesday the need for continued sanctions as the way to achieve that goal.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani speaking Tuesday at the UN. Getty Images

Third Debate: Little ‘Daylight’ On Foreign Policy

10/23/2012
Editorial

Perhaps the clearest winner in Monday night’s presidential debate on foreign policy was Israel.

The tiny state was mentioned more than two dozen times, with both President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Gov. Romney going out of their way to declare their unwavering support for Jerusalem and their determination to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.

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