Shmuel Rosner

Shmuel Rosner is a contributing opinion writer for the International New York Times, and political editor for the Jewish Journal

Foreigners
April 29 2008 5:13 PMJimmy Carter's Magic WordsShould we talk to our enemies?
Foreigners
April 9 2008 6:47 AMDisappointing the WorldDoes international enthusiasm for Barack Obama hurt him?
Foreigners
Feb. 13 2008 3:28 PMThe Problem Nobody WantsThere's only one winner in Gaza: Hamas.
Foreigners
Dec. 27 2007 7:32 AMWhat Will the Palestinian Authority Do With All That Money?It can buy time, but can it buy a solution for Gaza?
Foreigners
Nov. 20 2007 11:21 AMHow To Judge the Success of the Annapolis SummitThink of it as a big party.
Foreigners
Oct. 9 2007 7:43 AMUnderstanding the Israeli Attack on SyriaWe now know a little about what happened, but it'll be a long time before we know what it means.
Foreigners
Aug. 28 2007 3:51 PMAction-Oriented MoralityHow can Israel turn away refugees from Darfur?
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July 31 2007 7:24 AMSelling Arms to the SaudisIs Washington manipulating Riyadh, or is it the other way around?
Foreigners
June 27 2007 5:18 PMTony Blair Is the Wrong Man for the JobBringing peace to the Middle East is a noble goal, but he wants to do too much.
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June 14 2007 5:09 PMIs This the End of the Two-State Solution?The consequences and possibilities of the civil war in Gaza.
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May 16 2007 11:34 AMAfghansomaligazaIs Gaza worse off than Iraq, Afghanistan, and Somalia?
Faith-based
April 2 2007 10:13 AMThe Passion of the PassoverWhy Easter doesn't overshadow Passover.
Books
March 8 2007 7:35 AMA Man of Security, not PeaceIf Shimon Peres is lucky, his new biography will be his legacy.
Foreigners
Feb. 12 2007 5:09 PMThe Axis of FearWho do the Saudis fear more, expansionist Iranians or incompetent Americans?
Faith-based
Jan. 17 2007 2:14 PMThe Next Jewish ChallengeThey've tackled gay ordination. Now it's time to address intermarriage.
Faith-based
April 17 2008 7:14 AMThe Passover TestWhat the Passover Seder reveals about interfaith couples.
Foreigners
Feb. 28 2008 11:21 AMWhose Jerusalem Is It, Anyway?Should diaspora Jews have a say in the political negotiations about Jerusalem?
Foreigners
Jan. 29 2008 4:59 PMThe Lessons of DarfurThe campaign has achieved all its goals—but one.
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Dec. 11 2007 3:56 PMAnxious Nations Don't CompromiseWhat the Israeli reaction to the NIE report means for the peace process.
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Oct. 30 2007 2:36 PMTurkey Threatens To JumpAnkara beat Congress; now it's taking on the Bush administration.
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Sept. 11 2007 4:40 PMComplaining Solves NothingWe know what Petraeus wants to do in Iraq, but what about Iran?
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Aug. 15 2007 4:28 PMThe Jordan FactorIt needed help when its neighbors were strong; now it needs help when its neighbors are weak.
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July 12 2007 3:10 PMHow To Wage a PulloutWithdrawal is a tricky business.
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June 20 2007 3:56 PMTrusting AbbasIs the Palestinian leader too old to change?
Foreigners
June 5 2007 4:29 PMSix Days of IncompetenceThe Six-Day War was first and foremost about the international community's failure to stand up to an aggressor.
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May 1 2007 2:28 PMWhat Americans Can Learn From the Winograd ReportAll wars are alike, and so are all investigations of failed wars.
Foreigners
March 19 2007 1:15 PMThe Iran Beauty ContestRepublican candidates have an Iran strategy: Say what the Democrats say.
Foreigners
Feb. 27 2007 4:17 PMThe Tehran OptionDemocrats criticize Bush's Iran policy, but theirs is almost identical.
Books
Jan. 19 2007 3:10 PMIgnorance AbroadMichael Oren's new history of America in the Middle East.
Foreigners
Jan. 12 2007 1:33 PMDid We Just Declare War on Iran?Decoding this week's sound bites.

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  Business
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  Life
Outward
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  Double X
The XX Factor
Oct. 17 2014 4:23 PM A Former FBI Agent On Why It’s So Hard to Prosecute Gamergate Trolls
  Slate Plus
Slate Picks
Oct. 17 2014 1:33 PM What Happened at Slate This Week?  Senior editor David Haglund shares what intrigued him at the magazine. 
  Arts
Behold
Oct. 19 2014 4:33 PM Building Family Relationships in and out of Juvenile Detention Centers
  Technology
Future Tense
Oct. 17 2014 6:05 PM There Is No Better Use For Drones Than Star Wars Reenactments
  Health & Science
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  Sports
Sports Nut
Oct. 16 2014 2:03 PM Oh What a Relief It Is How the rise of the bullpen has changed baseball.