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Aaron Kliegman

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Past articles by Aaron:

With or Without Netanyahu, No Two-State Solution Is Coming

Only when the Palestinians have their own Joint Jewish List winning seats in parliament will there maybe, just maybe be peace at last. → Read More

Iran Thinks Brazen Escalation Can Work

Iran is playing this game of chicken because it believes Washington does not have the will to out-escalate it. → Read More

America's Untapped Weapon to Counter Russia

The stakes in Georgia are high: whether the country reroutes back to the West or keeps sliding toward Russia. → Read More

After Attacks on Saudi Oil, Time for Trump to Strike Iran's Proxies

If history is any guide, the regime in Iran will not go punch for punch with the United States. → Read More

The Iran Nuclear Deal Is Working as Written—Just a Decade Faster

Iran is doing now in violation of the deal what it will soon be able to do with the international community’s blessing. → Read More

Think Tragically to Avoid Tragedy

It is especially important to remember World War II at a time when most Westerners—especially Americans—have forgotten what real tragedy is. → Read More

Anti-Zionism Is Anti-Semitism

Anti-Semites can have completely opposing political views and social values, but they all have one thing in common: hatred of Israel, the Jew among nations. → Read More

Why China Is So Obsessed With Hong Kong and Taiwan

Hong Kong and Taiwan are crucial to countering Chinese objectives—indeed, they could fundamentally undermine the Communist Party. → Read More

Liz Cheney, Jewish Leaders Preserve the Memory of the Holocaust

For Rep. Liz Cheney (R., Wyo.), the fight against anti-Semitism did not end with the Holocaust. → Read More

The Palestinians Do Not Want Equal Rights

Two recent anecdotes show why and reveal the problem at the center of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. → Read More

Is America Surrendering to the Taliban?

There are costs to staying in Afghanistan, but there are also costs to leaving. → Read More

The Coming Middle Eastern Storm

The greatest danger is that the Israeli-Iranian conflict spills into Lebanon, triggering another war between Israel and Hezbollah. → Read More

Warren's Vampires, Hawley's Cosmopolitans: How the Media Selectively See Anti-Semitism

The media's double standard in favor of the political left is undeniable, and now extends to charges of anti-Semitism. → Read More

Progressives Discard the Truth to Demonize Israel

Progressives have made hatred of the world's only Jewish state part of their moral and political doctrines. → Read More

Rand Paul Would Undermine Trump's Iran Policy

When it comes to foreign policy, Rand Paul is a charlatan with misguided, ill-informed, and even dangerous views—views that would undermine, if not completely derail, the Trump administration's strategy toward Iran. → Read More

Iran Arrests Paris-Based Academic, France Demands Answers

Iran confirmed Tuesday that it arrested a prominent French-Iranian academic, but refused to provide details on her situation. → Read More

House Defense Bill Would Embolden Iran

An amendment in the House's version of the annual defense bill that would prevent President Trump from striking Iran without congressional approval would actually facilitate Iranian belligerence—and, if anything, make war more likely. → Read More

The EU's Next High Representative for Appeasing Iran

For anyone who cares about protecting Western interests and values, Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Borrell Fontelles is a horrendous choice to serve as the European Union's next high representative for foreign affairs. → Read More

A New Reagan Doctrine for a New Cold War

China and the United States are more than strategic rivals; they are also adversaries in Cold War II, competing for global supremacy. → Read More

The Folly of Reentering the Iran Nuclear Deal

At this point, arguments for reviving a narrow nuclear deal in roughly its original form are dangerous and delusional. → Read More