What Israel must learn from Ukraine’s war

The first lesson to be learned (or relearned) from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is that the absence of deterrence can be fatal for any nation. Read more

Willful blindness on the Palestinian NGO terror connection

Apparently, the Israeli Defence Ministry’s designation of six Palestinian NGOs (non-governmental organizations) as terror fronts is among the most pressing dangers to international security and stability. Read more

Human Rights Watch exploits its mission for hate

In the 1960s and 1970s, the Soviet bloc and the Arab league combined forces in the United Nations to promote antisemitism and demonize Israel. This crescendoed into the infamous 1975 United Nations resolution labelling Zionism as racism. Read more

Israel isn’t alone in the fight against the ICC

The International Criminal Court at The Hague, similar to other international initiatives, is exploited cynically despite its good intentions. The ICC is a political body operating behind a legal exterior. Read more

Political games at the Hague

Most well-intentioned international political initiatives do not end well, and the International Criminal Court is no exception. Read more

An open letter to Dr. Tveit, head of World Council of Churches

January 18, 2019 by  

Gerald M Steinberg writes…Dear Dr Olav Fykse Tveit,  Read more

An answer to Cathy O’Toole

December 2, 2016 by  

In a speech to the Australian House of Representatives earlier this week Labor MP Cathy O’Toole presented a highly distorted account of the events that led to a three-month imprisonment of Dima al-Wawi, a Palestinian minor who tried to stab an Israel security guard with a knife…writes Professor Gerald Steinberg. Read more