Michael Weiss

ONLINE ONLY: The Israel Scapegoat

Even in the midst of Arab revolt, media outlets around the world — including many in Britain — give credence to anti-Semitic conspiracy theories

ONLINE Only: Direct Talks

Low expectations for this week's peace summit in Washington could actually be quite useful

ONLINE Only: The Thin Blue Line

If Lebanon's unprovoked attack on an Israeli maintenance team was premeditated, it points to something darker on the horizon

ONLINE Only: Ankara’s Proxy

"Why would a country that is both an ally of the United States and Nato as well as an aspiring member of the European Union brazenly declare its solidarity with a terrorist group outlawed by both? The answer lies in the increasingly Islamist nature of Erodgan's regime as well as the complicated relationship his party AKP has enjoyed with I.H.H."

Turkey, Israel and the Armenians

There has been a liberal media blackout of the Turkish Prime Minister's threat to expel 100,000 Armenians from Turkey, despite that same media's exhaustive coverage of the Ramat Shlomo row

A Tale of Sadness and Forgetting

The Czech novelist Milan Kundera is accused of informing on an anti-communist as a student. Is there any truth in the charge?

Underrated: Abroad

The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”

The king of cakes

"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"