Elad Vaida
Elad Vaida

Elad Vaida is a writer in Washington, D.C., whose work has appeared in The National Interest, American Greatness, The Daily Signal, and The New Lyceum. He is a graduate of Harvard University’s program in Middle Eastern Studies.

Why The Abraham Accord Is A Real Step Towards Middle East Peace

The Abraham Accord provides genuine hope for Israel and its neighbors, and is one of the greatest foreign policy achievements for the Trump administration.

Yes, Bernie Sanders Should Apologize For Praising Communism

The fact that people are besmirching America’s proud history of fighting Communism and even calling for ‘anti-anti-communism’ should outrage us all.

The Bloody Legacy Of The Nazi-Soviet Pact Shows Communism And Fascism Are Allies

The lesson of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact must never be forgotten: fascism and communism are birds of a feather and culpable of some of the worst atrocities in human history.

WaPo Article Preposterously Claims Abraham Lincoln Was ‘Into Karl Marx’

A Washington Post article erroneously claimed Abraham Lincoln and Karl Marx were ‘friendly and influenced each other,’ and that Lincoln had strong sympathies for socialism.