World Events

Is Saudi-Israeli Peace Done For?

Hamas used violence to veto normalization talks. It’s not a winning tactic.

‘The Worst of Our Worst Nightmares’

After the Hamas terrorist attack, what will life look like for the small, tight-knit communities in southern Israel?

Will Iran Goad Hezbollah Into War with Israel?

An attack on the north could put the IDF in a multifront war against two Iran-backed terror organizations.

No Amount of ‘Context’ Justifies Killing Babies

Hamas apologists can offer only incoherent arguments in defense of terrorism.

‘An Act of Sheer Evil’

Western leaders show steadfast support for Israel. Will it last?

The Man Helping to Build Iran’s ‘Axis of Resistance’

Mohammad Saeed Izadi is an IRGC official who is at the center of escalatory actions against Israel over the last decade.

The Moral Corruption of Victim-Blaming

The idea that Israel must always be on guard against organized barbarity suggests that Hamas has no agency.

Dispatch Live: The Massacre in Israel

Watch the video of our weekly livestreamed conversation.

War of a Generation

Israel stares down a long, difficult conflict.

A Wake-Up Call to Evil

It’s time for sober, serious American leadership on the world stage.

Barbarians at the Gate

Hamas’ war on Israel shows there is no hope for either a one-state or two-state solution.

A View From the West Bank

‘It could be that the better news is that she is dead and the worse news is that she has been kidnapped into Gaza.’

A ‘Black Day’ in Israel

Terrorists from Gaza killed hundreds of Israelis in recent days, but the fight may just be getting started.

Iran’s Influence Operation Over Nuclear Negotiations

Government circles reward access to Tehran—even if it’s at the expense of U.S. interests.

Azerbaijan Attacks, the West Watches

More than 80 percent of Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh flee the disputed territory.

India and Canada’s Fraying Relationship

Plus: Saudi Arabia reaches out to the Palestinians.