Armin Rosen is a staff writer for Tablet Magazine.
Qatar is buying the Ivy League, along with every other institutional bauble in America, from the Brookings Institution, to Foreign Policy magazine, to the NHL and the NBA
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You know you want to
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What Israel can learn from Armenia’s misplaced reliance on a superpower patron
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The Jewish communal strategy of looking to the Democratic establishment for protection faces another challenge, as the party embraces CAIR as its partner in fighting Jew-hatred
Reporting from the front lines of Mohammed bin Salman’s stupefyingly ambitious mass experiment in modernization, reform, and control
The number of Jews on major Ivy League campuses has been cut in half or more over the past decade by new elite doctrines that downplay merit in favor of amorphous definitions of ‘diversity’ and ‘privilege.’ But one Ivy may be bucking the trend.