At the DNC, Bernie Sanders flipped the old trope of the crotchety Jewish socialist from Brooklyn on its head, says J.J. Goldberg.
We’ve entered the Three Weeks before Tisha b’Av, the traditional Jewish mourning period for calamities past and future. Or, as J.J. Goldberg is calling it this year, Convention Season.
Hatred is the Republicans’ dominant theme for 2016. And it’s not even directed at America’s real enemies, J.J. Goldberg writes.
Taken together, Netanyahu’s recent diplomatic successes are transforming Israel’s international standing, J.J. Goldberg writes.
Israel’s parliament, in a dazzling display of perverse logic, managed to shoot itself in the foot on Monday with formal approval of a law that hobbles human-rights organizations.
Military expertise seems to lead Israel’s defense professionals almost unavoidably to the prescriptions identified with the left, J.J. Goldberg writes.
Israel’s first-ever conference on bridging the gap between Israeli and American Jewish liberals finds much angst, few answers, J.J. Goldberg reports.
J.J. Goldberg got an up-close look at the contrasting fates of two ancient societies that struggled, in opposite ways, with the same dilemma facing Britain.
In the space of a single day, no fewer than four former heads of the IDF declared war on the Netanyahu era.
The Netanyahu government and its American allies have always demonstrated extreme hostility toward J Street — until now, J.J. Goldberg writes.