Gil Troy is an American historian. He has written nine books on the presidency, including The Age of Clinton: America in the 1990s and Never Alone: Prison, Politics and My People, co-authored with Natan Sharansky.
Talking Zionism and failure with the iconic Israeli novelist, who died this week
The ritual of mourning Israel’s war dead is becoming part of Jewish tradition, and has a thing or two to teach Americans
Historian Eliezer Tauber explores how Palestinian propaganda backfired by turning a bloody battle into a fateful blood libel
Today, for our ongoing series of influential Zionist texts, a double billing from modern Israel: Stav Shaffir’s political activism and Yedidia Stern’s balance of competing identities
Welcoming Zionist Ideas Into the Sukkah, Day 4: ‘A Jewish Feminist-Womanist Appreciation’ from the first Israeli-born woman rabbi
For every day of Sukkot, we’re publishing a text by a different Zionist writer. Today it’s the French-Algerian author, Shmuel Trigano, on the illusions of post-Zionism
For every day of Sukkot, we’re publishing a text by a different Zionist pioneer. Today, a seminal figure in Hebrew literature: Joseph Hayyim Brenner
For every day of Sukkot, we’ll provide a text by a different Zionist pioneer. Today’s excerpt comes from Berl Katzenelson’s ‘Revolution and Tradition’
In the wake of attacks from both the alt-right and the left, what we can learn about the values of nationalism
The late lawyer’s critical role fighting the UN’s Zionism is Racism Resolution
The influential former secretary of state—courtier, careerist, proud American, conflicted Jew—turns 90
A new generation of women is being misled into assuming an ideological tension between feminism and Zionism
American Jews haven’t stood up for Jonathan Pollard. That might finally be changing.
Why anti-Zionism festers in a country otherwise known for its friendliness
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