January 29, 2018.
Trump’s presidency is not a fleeting phenomenon, but rather ‘an icebreaker’, smashing the established structure of American politics and portending systemic change. Israel has been there and done that, with interesting results.
January 29, 2018.
November 30, 2017.
The North Korean crisis is not a Punch and Judy show, although Kim and Trump make it seem that way. It is a deadly serious power struggle with huge stakes and the latest missile launch on Wednesday night (November 29) brings the climax much closer.
July 14, 2017.
The British Labour Party, now led by the Hard Left, is likely to win power at the next general election. It will then adopt overtly anti-Israel policies. Yet the Israeli Establishment, especially the Foreign Ministry, is willfully blind to these imminent dangers — because it cannot adjust to the bitter realities of the twenty-first century.
18th May, 2017 All analytical paths now point to the same end — that Trump’s presidency is doomed. If the problem was Trump, then his fall would resolve it. But the noise generated by Trump obscures the real problem, which is America itself. The article can be found also on Times Of Israel blog, link.» Read more
February 9, 2017
A series of elections in Europe will, over the coming weeks and months, decide whether Europe is headed for a potentially violent backlash to the Moslem immigration wave — or whether the nativists have left it too late
December 1, 2016
Trump’s election victory triggered a surge in stock prices, at least in the US. But, far more importantly, it triggered the sharpest monthly fall in bond prices and rise in bond yields in many decades. The implications of this new trend, if it persists, are yyuuuuuge — much more so that Trump’s hype and hoopla.