The soldier who shot an already-subdued attacker is responsible for his own actions. But there is also a whole political and social environment nurturing just this situation, Dahlia Scheindlin writes.
If the left wing wants to be more successful this year than it was last year, it needs to overhaul some intellectually wrong and self-defeating tendencies, Dahlia Scheindlin writes.
Numbers don’t lie — but sometimes an interpretation of the numbers does. That’s the case with Daniel Polisar’s recent essay on Palestinian public opinion, Dahlia Scheindlin writes.
In ‘Between the World and Me,’ Ta-Nehisi Coates explores the root causes of racial violence in the United States. But Dahlia Scheindlin says the book also sheds light on how Palestinians experience Israel.
Lost in all the discussions of the Gaza war is any sense of how we got here. Understanding this past, argues Dahlia Scheindlin, is critical to preventing a return to a tragic cycle.
The Israeli public is gripped by government-stoked fear over Iran’s nuclear program. So why does such a small minority favor unilateral military action?