Breaking History reads like a dutiful student’s account of ‘what I did on my summer holidays’. But Kushner provides useful insights into the Washington and Middle Eastern policy-making processes.
On the eve of public hearings held by Congress’ January 6 investigative committee, a former oversight staffer for the House of Representatives explains what such hearings aim to accomplish.
Could Trump’s remarks about the coronavirus to Bob Woodward become Exhibit A in a formal prosecution of the president on criminal negligence charges? Or is it Jared Kushner who should be worried?
Why other Arab states may be cautious about following the Emirati lead and normalising relations with Israel.
About the only thing the Trump administration’s peace plan has going for it is the fact that no one expects it to work. And the plan’s likely failure could trigger more Israeli-Palestinian violence.
It seems the Trump administration is determined to unpick the delicate threads of the Israel-Palestine peace process.
The secretary of state entered the firing line even before he uttered his infamous ‘f****** moron’ comment.
Donald Trump doesn’t have one foreign policy – he has several, and they all clash.
There are just enough people who need Donald Trump to keep his excruciating presidency going.
Even before Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict was far-fetched. Now it’s all but impossible. And that might not be a bad thing.
Presidents past have used this nearly limitless power to halt criminal prosecutions before. What’s to stop Trump?
Once investors put their shoulders to the wheel, everything changes.
Conflict of interest laws are often not cut and dried. They involve interpretation by lawyers within the Justice Department and judges.
Does Trump’s family have too much sway in the White House? We consider parallels ranging from the Ottoman empire to the Clinton administration.