Hillary Clinton visited Palestinian leaders on the West Bank this morning — for comment and some historical perspective, we turn to RASHID KHALIDI, he holds the Edward Said Chair in Arab Studies at Columbia University, and his new book is Sowing Crisis: The Cold War and American Dominance in the Middle East.
And: “We’re all socialists now,” says Newsweek. HAROLD MEYERSON of the Washington Post op-ed page isn’t so sure: “I’ve still encountered just two avowed democratic socialists in my daily rounds through the nation’s capital: Vermont’s Sen. Bernie Sanders . . . and the guy I see in the mirror when I shave,” he says.
Plus: Honeymoon in Tehran: a report on love and danger in the Islamic Republic: we’ll speak with Azadeh Moaveni — she was pregnant and unmarried in Iran last year — not a good place to be. And she attended government sex ed classes for brides-to-be. She also reported on Iran’s nuclear program for Time magazine.