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James J. Zogby
By James J. Zogby - Jan 15,2018
The debate over US immigration policy is a very personal one for me. It is about my family's history and the hardships they faced coming to America.
By James J. Zogby - Jan 08,2018
Between Christmas and New Year’s Day, I became embroiled in what The Jerusalem Post termed a "Twitter war" which they claimed "raised eyebrows on both sides of the Atlantic". What started the heated exchange was my response to a tweet by celebrity chef Rachael Ray in which s
By James J. Zogby - Dec 31,2017
Ever since we learned that 80 per cent of self-described “born-again” Christians supported Donald Trump’s candidacy for president, there has been a discussion about how these Christians define their faith.
By James J. Zogby - Dec 18,2017
Are anti-Arab and anti-Muslim sentiments on the rise in the US? And what are the best ways to combat them?
By James J. Zogby - Dec 11,2017
President Donald Trump's decision to formally recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital was irresponsible and dangerous for more reasons than I can count.
By James J. Zogby - Dec 04,2017
Most Arabs have little confidence in the Trump administration's ability to solve the Israeli/Palestinian conflict and many have lost hope that a resolution is even possible.
By James J. Zogby - Nov 27,2017
Imagine that you are the victim of a violent crime or theft but are forbidden from reporting it because Congress has passed a law that not only prohibits you from reporting the crime, but threatens punishment if you dare to do it.This is the situation in which the Palestinians fi
By James J. Zogby - Nov 20,2017
In the philosophy of language, we learn the simple truth that the meaning of a word is given by how it is used in a sentence.
By James J. Zogby - Nov 13,2017
With all due respect to the gubernatorial candidates who won their elections on November 7, there can be no doubt that their road to victory was paved, in part, by voters’ rejection of Donald Trump and Trumpism.The president was not on the ballot, but his presence was felt by an
By James J. Zogby - Nov 06,2017
In 1919, following World War I, the victorious Allied Powers met in Paris to remake the world.The prime ministers of Italy, France and Great Britain, as well as US President Woodrow Wilson, collectively known as “The Big Four”, were the decisive diplomatic players at the meeting.



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