In matters of trade and manufacturing, the United States has not been the naive victim of cunning Chinese masterminds. We asked for this.
Debunking the latest claptrap on American policy and Israeli settlements
Is America about to adopt the Israeli prime minister’s 20-year-old plan for a durable settlement between Israel and the Palestinians?
In an op-ed for The New York Times, Lewinsky muses on how the late Roger Ailes turned television—via her relationship with Bill Clinton—into a ‘modern coliseum…of shame and vitriol’
And Donald Trump knows ‘The Art of the Deal.’ Who will blink first?
Playwright J.T. Rogers talks about the deputies’ deputies who allow him to tell a complicated diplomatic story, why the play resonates today, and why the 1990s seems so very long ago now
Alan Greenspan: genius or villain? A new biography, ‘The Man Who Knew,’ prosecutes and praises the conductor of a wild market ride
This presidential order—a rare honor—has historically been given to few other foreign dignitaries
And for Jewish voters?
At the DNC, former U.S. President Bill Clinton touted a preschool educational program created in Israel that Hillary brought to Arkansas during his time as Governor
Why the Democratic presidential nominee’s steadfast nonideological wonkiness is less about her, and more about us
The pin was a gift from officials at the National Jewish Democratic Council, who never expected him to wear it
American and Israeli efforts to impact each other’s politics have a long, hidden history
The Hollywood screenwriter and underappreciated novelist is ready for the end of the world
The real reason Jewish conservatives hate Trump. Hint: It has nothing to do with Iraq.
A photo essay of the 20th anniversary memorial ceremony in Tel Aviv
In his memoir ‘Measure of a Man,’ Martin Greenfield recalls how he survived Auschwitz to become an iconic tailor to the stars
Sophie Masloff, elected in 1988, was also the city’s first female leader