* A Night on the Gaza Border, Waiting for Another War The Gaza border is haunted by memories of former wars.
* IDF build-up continues in Gaza sector. More Hamas rockets expected this week As both sides gird up for a showdown, whether or not it will take place is anyone's guess, given the dense blackout of secrecy on the duelers' intentions.
* US Recognition of the Golan Paves Way for Other Biblical Lands An Israeli official pointed to US President Donald Trump's recognition of Israeli sovereignty on the Golan Heights as an opportunity to officially reclaim other biblical lands captured during the Six Day War.
* EU: We Do Not Recognize Israel's Sovereignty Over the Golan Heights US President Donald Trump on Monday signed an official presidential proclamation recognizing Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
* Apocalypse Now: Why Israel Would Start a Nuclear War How might that happen? We can imagine a few scenarios, most of which involve an increase in hostility between Israel and its more tolerant neighbors.
* Glacier Growth Puzzles Climate Change Scientists But Conforms Nicely With Prophecy New data from NASA shows that a huge glacier in Greenland is now growing in an unprecedented manner that seems to contradict the popular theory of global warming.
* 'A real Brexit revolt' under way in UK, European parliament's Guy Verhofstadt says The European parliament's top Brexit official has said "a real Brexit revolt" is under way in the United Kingdom.
* UK parliament set to vote on the next move for Brexit British MPs are due to hold votes this Wednesday on various Brexit options, as Prime Minister Theresa May comes under pressure to announce a departure plan and garner support for her unpopular divorce deal from the European Union.
* Erdogan's Dangerous Ambitions Threaten India and Beyond The age of empire has come and gone, but in some quarters, the imperialist dream is alive and well. Leaders continue to appear on the world stage from time to time to style themselves in this fashion.
* Israel-Bashing Season Re-Opens in Turkey Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's political and social engineering has changed the way the average Turk identifies himself: Most Turks used to identify themselves as "Turks first."