More Benjamin Netanyahu Articles

  • Prospect of Jonathan Pollard release renews debate in defense, intelligence circles

    The prospect of releasing convicted spy Jonathan Pollard has outraged some in the U.S. defense and intelligence community despite a softening of that stance in recent years among prominent lawmakers, former diplomats and other respected leaders.

  • Examiner Editorial: Obama disses Israel, kowtows to Palestinians

    When Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Washington earlier this month, he was greeted by blistering criticism from President Obama, who gave an interview to Bloomberg's Jeffrey Goldberg. Obama warned Israelis of international isolation if Netanyahu didn't “seize the moment” by...

  • Could Israel regulate Bitcoin?

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed the possibility that his country would begin regulating the popular cryptocurrency Bitcoin on Tuesday, but said that Israel would “not rush forward” with any regulations. Netanyahu, speaking with Fox Business Network host Liz Claman, said...

  • Benjamin Netanyahu and California Gov. Jerry Brown to sign pro-business pact

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is planning a swing through the Silicon Valley to meet with high-tech leaders and sign a pro-business agreement with Gov. Jerry Brown.

  • Obama pushes Benjamin Netanyahu on 'tough decisions' for Mideast peace

    President Obama on Monday pressed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over Mideast peace talks, saying that both sides had to make “tough decisions” and would need to “compromise” to reach an accord.

  • President Obama, AIPAC, and the myth of bipartisan consensus on Israel

    Each year, thousands of delegates to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee's annual conference descend on Washington to hear speeches perpetuating the myth of a bipartisan consensus on the unbreakable bond between the United States and Israel. With this year's conference taking place as...

  • Obama offers 'absolute commitment' to prevent nuclear-armed Iran

    President Obama on Monday assured Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of his “absolute commitment” to prevent a nuclear-armed Iran. “My absolute commitment is that Iran does not acquire a nuclear weapon,” Obama told reporters ahead of his meeting with the Israeli leader at the...

  • Obama juggles Ukraine, Netanyahu visit before unveiling budget

    The crisis over Russia's military intervention in Ukraine looms over a busy week for President Obama, as he also welcomes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday and turns to domestic politics, highlighted by his budget on Tuesday.



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