Jeremy Stern is deputy editor of Tablet magazine.
Sanctions have failed to break Putin, and the West is running out of missiles and bullets
American bumbling has paradoxically promoted the long-standing U.S. policy goals of greater German and Japanese military engagement. But we should be careful what we wish for.
The worst nightmares of Europe’s sleeping giant are coming true all at once
How government, tech, finance, and law enforcement converged into an all-knowing criminalization complex—and how to resist it
Blinded by their own Cold War propaganda, Americans can’t see Berlin’s Ukraine policy for what it is
Ukraine shows that the ‘return of great power rivalry’ isn’t happening under the Biden administration
A seat at the European table won’t be too much to ask for the man who saves Europe from nuclear war
But it will take more than a war to undo decades of emotional and economic investment in the Russian state
As LA’s once-thriving Russian Jewish neighborhood is transformed into an ethnic Disneyland, its residents continue to see things differently
Rabbi Ed Feinstein sees the continuity of a new kind of Jewish life in the San Fernando Valley
How will the president decide to value the prospects of the Iran deal against $6 per gallon gasoline? By blaming the Saudis.