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The View From Tel Aviv

Israeli leftists are no strangers to sudden electoral defeats. Is there anything American liberals can learn from them?

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Cuban Solidarity and the Death of the Tyrant

How Fidel Castro’s libertarian exiles found unlikely allies through the Yiddish press

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The Alt-Right’s Jewish Godfather

How Paul Gottfried—willing or reluctant—became the mentor of Richard Spencer and a philosophical lodestone for white nationalists

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The Democratic and Republican Party Elites Have Both Collapsed. Is Fatah Next?

How municipal Palestinian elections backfired on Mahmoud Abbas

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Relax, the Nazis Aren’t Marching on Brooklyn

Trump’s victory may embolden some jerks—and a few real bigots—but now more than ever reasonable people need to stay reasonable

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Obama Tries to Pin His Syria Policy on Trump

But the current humanitarian and geopolitical disaster under Assad is the result of specific decisions in the last six years

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Steve Bannon’s Heart Doesn’t Matter. His Actions Do.

The man tapped to be Donald Trump’s Karl Rove provided the bullhorn for the alt-right, which relentlessly identifies Jews as the champions of the country’s most nefarious forces

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A Little on the Nose, History

Recovering from the presidential election and talking to former Rep. Barney Frank about where we go from here

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It’s ‘Giuliani Time’ for America: A Tablet Post-Election Roundtable

Kurt Andersen, Paul Berman, David Samuels, and Sean Wilentz talk Giuliani’s New York and Trump’s America

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What to Do About Trump? The Same Thing My Grandfather Did in 1930s Vienna.

Historical analogies are always flawed, but some moral principles shine eternal

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How the Syria Echo Chamber Works

Tablet Annotates the News: Is it really time for a new Syria policy?

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Want to Understand the Futile Rage of Trump’s Supporters? Consider the Palestinians.

In the midwest and the Middle East alike, cultures that favor outrage over outcome never get very far

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Taking Dictation From a Dictator

Tablet Annotates the News: How Syria’s Assad played the U.S. media

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Super Tuesday

A special Election Day episode featuring ‘Washington Post’ reporter Bob Woodward, ‘National Review’ editor Eliana Johnson, Tablet columnist Jamie Kirchick, and a Democrat in Boca

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The Devil and Paul Ryan

America’s soul, and his own, at stake

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The Troy Brothers Bemoan the Election (An Epistolary Bromance)

[Updated] Part Five: Two Queens boys turned presidential historians on opposite sides of America’s great political divide, on what just happened, keeping things in perspective, and the power of the rule of law

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Waging War on Cyberhate

The election has highlighted the depth of hate that festers online. Now comes the hard part: combating it.

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Is Israel’s Biggest Military Hero a Fake? And Does It Matter?

Bitter division after news reports call the greatest story of the Yom Kippur War into question

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It’s Almost Over

Unorthodox breaks down the neverending 2016 election with Gen. Tom Hill, ‘Boston Globe’ columnist Jeff Jacoby, and NPR’s Jeremy Hobson

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Who Goes Trump?

What ultimately determines support for the GOP nominee isn’t race, class, or political ideology. It’s character.

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A New Blacklist From the Southern Poverty Law Center Marks the Demise of a Once-Vital Organization

15 prominent writers and thinkers are labeled “anti-Muslim extremists”—Why?

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Why Bibi Deserves the Nobel Peace Prize

Unless we change the award’s silly criteria, there’s a good case to be made for the Israeli prime minister’s significant contribution to regional stability

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What Will Become of Jared Kushner?

Pondering the future of Donald Trump’s son-in-law and surrogate

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Hezbollah’s Women Aren’t Happy

As their sons and ‘temporary husbands’ are ripped from them to fight a proxy war in Syria, grieving mothers and brides are compensated with only a promise of spiritual redemption from Sayyeda Zaynab, a granddaughter of the Prophet

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Edward Snowden: Very Little Brother

Fear the digitally-skillful bullies who happen to disagree with you. They represent the tyranny of the weak.

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One Last Interview

Three weeks ago, Shimon Peres sat for what he intended to be a Rosh Hashanah-timed discussion about the state of the world. It was also his final one.

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The Great Male Hope

The presidential debate pitted an outdated, ‘tough-guy’ version of masculinity against the modern era, which is upon us anyway

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Six Cups

A wedding present, a family history, and Ukraine’s dark 20th century, 75 years after Babi Yar

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The Occupation Is on Trial

An IDF soldier shoots a wounded Palestinian terrorist in Hebron, and is detained and tried. His guilt or innocence will reveal how Israel—after five decades of military control—is dealing with its society becoming more intolerant, more dangerous, and more violent.

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