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Two IDF Soldiers Killed Near Lebanon Border
by Michael Johnson
January 28, 2015 at 2:45 pm | JPC Blog

Iran Doesn't Need Nuclear Weapons
by Shoshana Bryen
January 24, 2015 | American Thinker

Yemeni President Resigns Following Rebel Demands
by Michael Johnson
January 22, 2015 at 4:53 pm | JPC Blog

The West Bank Army of the "State of Palestine," Thanks to the United States
by Shoshana Bryen
January 21, 2015 | Gatestone Institute

Israel: An Asset for Africa
by Gabriel Scheinmann
January 19, 2015 | The National Interest

Five Guantanamo Detainees Transferred
by Michael Johnson
January 15, 2015 at 4:25 pm | JPC Blog

Trial Against PLO Opens in Manhattan
by Michael Johnson
January 14, 2015 at 4:06 pm | JPC Blog

Hamas Operative Sentenced to Life
by Michael Johnson
January 6, 2015 at 11:58 pm | JPC Blog

Back in Iraq: What Happened to AfPak?
by Shoshana Bryen
January 4, 2015 | American Thinker

Republican Ideas to Fix Obamacare
by Paul Howard and Yevgeniy Feyman
Winter 2015 | inFocus

What Women Want
by Mona Charen
Winter 2015 | inFocus

Review of: The End of Greatness
by Shoshana Bryen
Winter 2015 | inFocus

Avoiding Conflict: Religious Liberty and Regulation
by Richard T. Foltin
Winter 2015 | inFocus

Energy Security Policy: An Opportunity Awaits
by Gene Gurevich
Winter 2015 | inFocus

Letter from the Publisher
by Matthew Brooks
Winter 2015 | inFocus

Federalism, Then and Now
by Roger Pilon
Winter 2015 | inFocus

Measuring Privacy and Security
by Rachel Brand
Winter 2015 | inFocus

School Choice Policy Impact on the Jewish Community
by Maury Litwack
Winter 2015 | inFocus

Disruptive Innovation in the Public Sector
by William D. Eggers, Laura Baker and Audrey Vaughn
Winter 2015 | inFocus

A Final Thought ... The Case Act
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The Jewish Policy Center provides scholarly perspectives on foreign and domestic policies that impact the Jewish community in the U.S., and the broader American public. We assert that Americans can no longer afford to hold on to outdated ideas. This includes optimism over misguided Middle East peace deals, appeasement of dictators, and unrealistic hopes that dangerous realities in the Middle East might simply change without tougher U.S. policies. [More]

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