'With half of the Jewish world out of Israel, we have to think about them and the ramifications of our decisions, including our legislation, on them. In the end, we are one nation.'
Jerusalem Post columnist Caroline Glick gave the final address of the day, wrapping up the publication's annual conference in New York.
Cotton, a forceful advocate for Israel and an ally of the current Israeli government, spoke on a panel with Republican Senator Deb Fischer from Nebraska.
Veteran broadcaster reflects on interviews with Putin, Ahmadinejad, Netanyahu and more.
“Unpredictability is a double-edged sword. It could drive people together, but it also produces uncertainty, so it could make it more difficult to come to a resolution.”
“We work to integrate smart solutions and innovation into the daily lives of residents to save time and costs and be more efficient,” says Haim Bibas.
Ambassador to the UN anticipates veto by Russia and China, but confident anti-settlement motion can be defeated.
“What we need is a new Marshall Plan – or, if you will, a Trump Plan – that would include massive entrepreneurship."
Science and Technology Minister Ofir Akunis calls on Palestinians and Arab states to regard Israel as ‘role model’
World Jewish Congress president outlines three-pronged approach for tackling Jew hatred.