Shmuel Rosner

Jerusalem Journal

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Editor and columnist for the Jewish Journal; former columnist for the Jerusalem Post; former Washington Correspondent for Ha'aretz

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Benjamin Netanyahu's latest visit to Washington may or may not lead to better relations during and after the presidency of Barack Obama.

US-Israeli Relations and Political Damage Control

Benjamin Netanyahu's latest visit to Washington may or may not lead to better relations during and after the presidency of Barack Obama.

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America's Presidential Campaign through Foreign Eyes

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A columnist in Germany's Der Spiegel calls the Republican candidates a "club of liars, debtors, betrayers, adulterers, exaggerators, hypocrites and ignoramuses."

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A columnist in Germany's Der Spiegel calls the Republican candidates a "club of liars, debtors, betrayers, adulterers, exaggerators, hypocrites and ignoramuses."

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