Elan Journo (@elanjourno) is director of policy research at the Ayn Rand Institute. His 2009 book, “Winning the Unwinnable War,” analyzes post-9/11 U.S. foreign policy from the perspective of Ayn Rand’s philosophy. He is completing a book on American policy toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. His writing has appeared in Foreign Policy, Journal of International Security Affairs, and Middle East Quarterly.
It’s true that America’s approach to Israel is problematic, but the Left’s prescription for addressing it relies on delusion.
If you value human life, freedom, and progress, then you should stand with Israel—as well as with everyone else in the region who seeks genuine freedom.
Our intellectual and political leaders push aside the need for a serious moral assessment of the Palestinian movement’s nature and goals.
The persecution of a Jordanian writer who shared a cartoon on Facebook dramatizes Islam’s problem with theocracy.
Until we can name the enemy that terrorizes us and the world, we will never defeat them.
Over the last 15 years, we’ve witnessed two U.S. administrations evade the responsibility of understanding the Islamic totalitarian movement, and fail to defeat it.
The United States and Israel should stop putting their enemies’ interests ahead of their own.
Here’s how anyone could think it’s a good idea to negotiate with Iran’s openly hostile regime that fuels jihadists and seeks our destruction.
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