Tablet Magazine has plenty of coverage of Benjamin Netanyahu’s two-state-solution speech yesterday. Contributing editor Gershom Gorenberg considers the address and identifies its deep internal contradictions. Benjamin Balint identifies the three different audiences for which it was intended, and what Netanyahu was saying to each of them. And senior editor Michael Weiss rounds up press reaction in Israel and the United States. Plus, in our weekly Vox Tablet podcast, senior editor Sara Ivry talks to Caraid O’Brien, a leading Yiddish translator, who’s performing in WBAI’s complete Ulysses reading in honor of Bloomsday, June 16. We’ll have more throughout the day, including regular updates to the blog you’re reading, The Scroll.