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Caroline Glick

Caroline Glick

Caroline Glick: The Road to Peace Does Not Run Through Ramallah

President Donald Trump’s Middle East mediators, senior advisor Jared Kushner and chief negotiator Jason Greenblatt, are due in the Middle East this week to discuss aspects of their proposal for peace between Israel and the Palestinians with regional leaders.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, in the West Bank Town of Ramallah, Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018. (Atef Safadi/Pool Photo via AP)

Caroline Glick: Endgame for the U.S.-Turkey Relationship

Sixteen  years ago, Erdogan launched Turkey on a trajectory that is implacably hostile and antithetical to the very notion of a Turkish-U.S. alliance, let alone to continued Turkish membership in NATO.

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Caroline Glick: Trump’s Iran Deal Decision Was a Masterstroke

Trump strengthened America’s real options for preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. He restored the balance of powers in America’s constitutional order. And he restored U.S. credibility internationally with America’s friends and foes alike.

Donald Trump leaves Iran deal (Chip Somodevilla / Getty)

Caroline Glick: 5 Key Points About the U.S.-Led Syria Strike

The United States, United Kingdom, and France joined in a combined operation on April 14 that used “precision” strikes against Syria’s chemical weapons infrastructure. The following are key points about the raid.

Syria attack (Matthew Daniels / U.S. Navy / Getty)

Caroline Glick: Germany Abets a New World War

Germany, protecting Iran and Hezbollah, fails to note the lessons of the two world wars it started: If you wish to prevent a world war, you shouldn’t empower forces that seek to initiate one.

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