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U.S. Sells Munitions To Israel From Its Surplus Stockpile

07/31/2014
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Washington — The U.S. Defense Department sold to Israel munitions from its Israel-based surplus stockpile.

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The Ties That Strain

12/30/2013
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President Obama, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. Getty Images

Biden Meets Israel’s Finance Minister

10/15/2013
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(JTA) -- Yair Lapid, the Israeli finance minister, met with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and other top U.S. officials.

Other Existential Threats

Brain drain and the gap between rich and poor are internal dangers to Israel.

10/15/2013
Editor & Publisher
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While most Jews around the world took pride in the recent news that three co-religionists had won the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, and that two were from the Jewish state, the bittersweet reality is that those two winners left Israel long ago to do their research, and therein lies a troubling trend.

Lack of chemistry? Nobelists Arieh Warshel, top, and Michael Levitt left Israel for the United States. Getty Images

On Iran, Five Minutes To Midnight

08/17/2010
Editorial

If for no other reason, The Atlantic, and its national correspondent Jeffrey Goldberg, deserve much credit for putting the threat of a nuclear Iran front and center in the mainstream media, with Goldberg’s cover story this month, “The Point Of No Return.”

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