Beijing’s courtship of Israel has been canny and effective
Is Israel finally bringing its public posture toward Hezbollah closer to reality?
Israel’s forgotten secular nationalist Hanukkah holiday was all about welcoming immigrants
Israel is the model for the nation-state idea on which the current global order was founded. That’s why opponents of the idea see it as a target.
The new government wants to work closely with Washington, reduce Israel’s dependence on it, and prepare for military action. Can it have all three?
How a political, media, and activist failure is leading to avoidable deaths
From the Soviet Yiddishists of the 1920s to the American Jewish Studies Departments of today, blaming Jews for antisemitism doesn’t end well
Six essential insights about what just happened in Israel and what it means for the country’s future
And why they don’t matter
Unlike most of his learned Jewish contemporaries, Herzl understood that antisemitism can’t be pled or reasoned away
We don’t make ’em like we used to
Your only two choices are Zionism and anti-Zionism. Pick wisely.
I can’t be the only person who has a Black Lives Matter sign but also believes Israel isn’t an apartheid state, who does Women’s Marches but thinks Hamas is not ‘La Résistance.’ Where is everyone else?
48 hours in and out of Tel Aviv bomb shelters, with rockets flying and kids in tow
New York Congressman Jamaal Bowman and others are grafting a domestic psychodrama onto a foreign region—and endangering American Jews in the process
Social media narratives fuel conflict and excite childish ideologues, but they ignore the forces that hold our city together
The two-state solution has been dead for decades. A one-state solution frightens Israelis and Palestinians alike. Is three the magic number for peace?
There’s a new wave of North Americans moving to Israel for a different way of life—and they’re not who you’d imagine
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