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Jeffrey Goldberg
Jeffrey Goldberg is a columnist for Bloomberg View writing about the Middle East, U.S. foreign policy and national affairs. He is a national correspondent for the Atlantic and the author of "Prisoners: A Story of Friendship and Terror."
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There's No Solution in Iran

There is no truly satisfactory solution to the problem posed by the Tehran regime’s deep desire to reach the nuclear threshold. Read more

Israel Chooses Settlements Over Friends 

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government fervently believes that the Jewish settlements in the West Bank -- whose expansion it supports -- are irrelevant to its conflict with the Palestinians.  Read more

Is It Finally John McCain's America?

Senator John McCain, one of the last non-anguished interventionists in Washington (his Sancho Panza, fellow Republican Lindsey Graham, is another) had a very good week. Read more

Europe's Slow Surrender to Intolerance

The Sainsbury’s incident is disturbing not so much for what it says about the nature of European anti-Israelism, but for what it says about the broader response within Europe to forces of intolerance and hatred. Read more

Obama's Real Foreign-Policy Problem 

President Barack Obama -- who today at West Point offered a recalibration of his foreign policy -- has made no catastrophic missteps in that realm over his term-and-a-half in office. Read more

Netanyahu Says Obama Got Syria Right 

In an exclusive interview with Jeffrey Goldberg, Benjamin Netanyahu offers his most extensive comments to date on the reasons he thinks the Israeli-Palestinian peace process has failed. Read more

Did Samantha Power Just Rebuke Obama on Syria?

Last week, in a powerful speech that should have received more attention than it has so far, Samantha Power, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, seemed to rebuke the administration in which she serves for its handling of the Syria catastrophe. Read more

Why Israel Is Pulling Out of the Peace Process 

The decision by Israel’s security cabinet to suspend peace talks now that the Palestinian Authority has decided to forge a unity government with Hamas contains elements of reasonableness, realism, hypocrisy and myopia. Read more

Passports Aside, Jerusalem Is in Israel 

Why does the U.S. acquiesce to the fiction that Jerusalem -- in particular, West Jerusalem, which has been the seat of Israeli government since 1948 -- may not actually belong to Israel? Read more