Editorials

Is There Famine in Gaza?

For many months, we were warned by international aid agencies and governments around the world that citizens in war-ravaged Gaza are not receiving sufficient...

Cardin vs. Van Hollen — ICC Sanctions

Last week, 42 House Democrats voted with Republicans to help pass a bill placing sanctions on the International Criminal Court and its officials over...

Trump’s Guilty Verdict

The May 30 guilty verdict in former President Donald Trump’s hush money trial in New York was historic. Trump is now the first former...

The Importance of Gaza’s Philadelphi Corridor

The Philadelphi Corridor is a ribbon of land that runs along the Gaza Strip’s southern border. It is about eight miles long and 100...

Support the Countering Antisemitism Act

We are all painfully aware of the alarming increase in antisemitic activity, which has intensified following the Oct. 7 Hamas attack in Israel. We cringe...

Israel’s Dark Cloud of Isolation

On May 24, the International Court of Justice, the U.N.’s highest court, issued another ruling critical of Israel. This time, the ICJ ruled that...

Sullivan & Cromwell Takes the Lead

About seven months ago, two dozen major law firms joined to send a warning letter to the deans of major law schools throughout the...

Gallant’s Demand for a ‘Day After’ Plan

Israel’s Defense Minister Yoav Gallant drew significant attention last week when he went public with a pointed demand that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu...

Appeasement at Emerson College

Emerson College is a private, liberal arts university located in the heart of Boston. It has an undergraduate enrollment of about 4,000 students. Its...

The Rafah Conundrum

Israel’s thinking about what can realistically be achieved in its war against Hamas has shifted over the past several months, as the realities of...