Did an anti-Zionist filmmaker from Oxford masquerade as his political opposite to get internships at lobbying outfits?
When our heroes are all simpering children, is it any wonder our president is, too?
The Nouveau Philosophe on ‘The Genius of Judaism,’ the lessons of Jonah, the ‘human excellence’ of cities, and the futility of the fight against global anti-Semitism
Not to question the creative genius of the show’s producer, but is this the story America needs today?
Historical analogies are always flawed, but some moral principles shine eternal
How American Jews are wooed with meaningless gestures
Pondering the future of Donald Trump’s son-in-law and surrogate
The fashion entrepreneur talks about how she discovered her signature item, why she didn’t have a Bat Mitzvah despite her religious upbringing, and why she feels Israel is the safest place in the world
Raffi Freedman-Gurspan previously served as the White House’s LGBT liason, its first transgender staffer in history
A pioneer of public diplomacy who steadily guided an often unsteady relationship, the envoy leaves big shoes to fill
Berlin-based Israeli artist rebukes those who abuse the city’s monument to victims of the Shoah
Jewish dominatrix Tara Indiana is rarely on the bottom—but she was in her presidential race against Donald Trump
From a New York Jewish liberal to everyone on the other side: Our differences are real, but so are our similarities.
Martin Luther King Jr. wasn’t the only one. So tell your family about the dreams of these other, perhaps lesser-known, leaders.
This week on Unorthodox, political reporter Rosie Gray and veteran inauguration announcer Charlie Brotman
Bad faith, political speech, and the intrusive ‘we’
The morally minded French public intellectual applies 21st-century chutzpah to our radical age