Understanding law and justice in the world’s most disputed territories
Uncovered: the earliest known version of the Hebrew song
Is the Greek-born Swiss Jewish author and diplomat a hapless romantic or a man with a message for our times?
If your child came home from college and said she was challenged by a classmate who claimed that Palestine is Arab land stolen by the Jews, could you provide her with a response?
‘Rooted Cosmpolitans’ traces how the fight over human rights remains a struggle over Jewish identity and destiny
How did Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s July visit with Benjamin Netanyahu fit into the last quarter-century of Indo-Israeli relations?
The century-old document is a testament to colonialist double-dealing that left many Jews dead. Israel was reclaimed as the Jewish homeland in spite of it, not because of it.
An accounting of the Democrats’ legacy in the Middle East, and where they can go from here
A discussion of the past serves as a proxy for political differences in the present
The great progressive fighter became the first Jewish Supreme Court justice 100 years ago this month
Fayyad’s police, playing on Kol Nidre, and more
Kol Nidres, and more
Jonathan Schneer’s history of the Balfour Declaration frames a still-unfolding struggle
He declared, a summery new year, and more
A new book argues for the enduring significance of the 1917 Balfour Declaration
Israeli President Shimon Peres reflects on his mentor, his peace partner, and whether the State of Israel will survive
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