Shmuel Rosner

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

Foreigners
July 9 2014 1:59 PMGaza, AgainThe current Hamas–Israel battle will end like all the others.
Foreigners
May 23 2011 12:03 PMMutually Assured DistractionWas the battle over the 1967 borders really necessary?
Foreigners
April 4 2011 1:24 PMRevolution FatigueShould the Middle East protesters take a time out?
Foreigners
Feb. 1 2011 2:13 PMCurb Your EnthusiasmThe Egyptian protests are exhilarating, but it's important to ask, "What's next?"
Faith-based
Sept. 7 2010 1:31 PMWill the Great American Rabbi Please Stand Up?Jewish America seems to have lost its chance to foster home-grown rabbinical sages.
Foreigners
July 21 2010 3:21 PMThe Egyptian DilemmaWith Hosni Mubarak ailing, the Obama administration must choose between stability and change.
Foreigners
June 1 2010 10:52 AMWhat's To Investigate?We know what happened to the Gaza flotilla. The debate about the blockade is for another time.
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Dec. 26 2009 7:21 AMSaying No to ObamaThe U.S. president is popular, but world leaders are finding it easy to defy his wishes.
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July 24 2009 9:58 AMThe End of Interventionism The world has lost its appetite for confrontation, and rogue regimes have gotten smarter.
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April 9 2009 12:31 PMToo Busy To Save DarfurThe Obama administration has very few options for solving the crisis in Sudan.
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Dec. 30 2008 4:02 PMCan Israel Win the Gaza War?It depends how you define success.
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Oct. 8 2008 4:01 PMEnough About Israel, AlreadyHow constant attention from the candidates hinders the Jewish state.
Foreigners
Aug. 25 2008 11:10 AMWhat Would Biden's Middle East Policy Look Like?Joe Biden is an erratic pragmatist.
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July 15 2008 11:22 AMLive Terrorists for Dead BodiesWhy does Israel keep agreeing to prisoner exchanges?
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May 28 2008 10:18 AMWill the International Community Abandon Lebanon?That's for the Lebanese people to decide.
Foreigners
June 2 2014 5:03 PMWhat Israel Can Teach Us About BergdahlIsrael swaps thousands of Palestinian prisoners to get back captive soldiers. Here is the price it pays for those exchanges. 
Foreigners
May 19 2011 4:58 PMGoodbye Nation-Building, Hello Nation-Facilitating The vision and the frustration behind Obama's Middle East speech.
Foreigners
Feb. 3 2011 2:09 PMWhy Israel Hates the Egyptian UprisingThe view from Tel Aviv.
Foreigners
Nov. 4 2010 7:49 AMForgetting RabinFifteen years after Yitzhak Rabin's assassination, letting go is the right thing to do.
Foreigners
Aug. 25 2010 5:06 PMIf It's September, It Must Be Time for Peace TalksIsraeli-Palestinian direct talks and the art of low expectations.
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June 4 2010 11:11 AMThe Final Abandonment of GazaRadicals and terrorists have far more patience than the international community.
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Feb. 22 2010 2:56 PMA Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Dubai AssassinationWe won't know if it was worth it until we have all the facts.
Foreigners
Sept. 16 2009 1:51 PM"Yes We Can" Meets "No We Won't"Obama's attempts to broker Middle East peace are doomed to fail—for now.
Foreigners
June 11 2009 4:09 PMWho Cares Who's President of Iran?Tehran's rhetoric may change, but the quest for regional power never goes away.
Foreigners
Feb. 6 2009 7:14 AMIsrael Has Already DecidedIt doesn't like any of the candidates.
Foreigners
Nov. 25 2008 5:02 PMCan Hillary Clinton Succeed?Only if she can overcome a lot of problems.
Foreigners
Sept. 24 2008 11:18 AMSaving JerusalemThe city has almost as many mayoral candidates as it has problems to solve.
Foreigners
Aug. 1 2008 2:35 PMIsrael's Political VacuumThe nation is looking for a leader and an agenda. It can't seem to find either.
Foreigners
June 25 2008 6:03 PMProtecting the Oil SupplyWhat if the Chinese were to apply the Carter Doctrine?
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May 7 2008 1:23 PMWhat Does It Mean To Be "Pro-Israel"?The election, and the creation of a new dovish Jewish lobby group, brings the question to the fore.

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