Sharon's Sights on Strategic Objective

by Peretz Kidron | published April 14, 2004

Many critics of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon depict him as an adroit tactician who has a ready answer for every immediate problem, but entirely lacks a long-term strategy. Ari Shavit, a columnist for the liberal Israeli daily Haaretz, recently characterized the present Sharon government as having "no principles, inspiration or vision…no comprehensive, coherent concept." Of course, Shavit's comment referred above all to the prime minister himself.

The Guantánamo "Black Hole"

The Law of War and the Sovereign Exception

by Scott Michaelsen , Scott Cutler Shershow | published January 11, 2004

Sharon's Unilateral Steps

by Joel Beinin | published December 31, 2003