Like many Jews, the Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and author comes from a family that was persecuted and that migrated. She continues to help people fleeing violence and hopelessness.
Which does more good: changing hearts or changing laws? And what role does mass protest play in creating that change? In a back room, the presidential candidate debated an activist, but also her former ‘Goldwater Girl’ self.
Tracing the Jewish roots of the presidential hopeful, from Burlington to the kibbutz and back
Australia’s Ambassador to Israel on the challenges and opportunities of working with the Jewish state
The ‘secular rabbi,’ who gained notoriety in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks, skillfully negotiates the borders of ‘laïcité’ in a republic that remains on edge
From social media-based propaganda to Stuxnet-style attacks, here’s what to watch for in America’s engagement with the Islamic State and others
With an effort at personal bridge-building, one Jew created an outpost of hope that defies polarization among governments
The late Kookist leader’s belief in spirituality over politics also has a message for Israel’s religious right
Why the Iranian president faces a severe test from powerful hardline conservatives inside the Islamic Republic—and why the moderates may lose
Over the years of negotiation, concession after concession from the West
George Deek is an Arab in a Jewish state and Christian in a predominantly Muslim Arab world—and he recognizes that his multilayered identity is an asset
Will the deal hold the Islamic Republic in check? The former under secretary of state explains and defends the most complex and important treaty this century.
She can save the Iran deal or she can sink it. Her choice may determine the fate of two administrations—Obama’s, and her own.
The argument over the nuclear deal pits Israel’s paranoid essentialism against Obama’s reformist belief in the possibility of change
Would the Islamic Republic’s leaders really drop everything in pursuit of the apocalyptic goal of Jewish annihilation?
The mouthy liberal congressman announced today for Marco Rubio’s vacated seat. His primary battle will be a bellwether—in a critical swing state—of the strength of Democrats’ progressive and centrist wings.
The creation of a well-armed, autonomous, and perhaps ultimately independent Druze region in southern Syria may be the West’s best chance at stemming the spread of radical Islamism
The fantasy is that sanctions halt economies. The reality is that enforcement requires tedious bookkeeping, painstaking forensic work, and the ability to stay a step ahead of experienced middlemen.