Nathan Guttman


Advocacy Groups Seek New Marketing Strategy After Israeli Vote

By Nathan Guttman

Advocacy Groups Seek New Marketing Strategy After Israeli Vote
Benjamin Netanyahu’s election win has rattled the message used by pro-Israel advocacy groups for decades. Can they find a new, unified way to make their case to the American public?Read More


J Street, Newly Combative, Takes On the Jewish Establishment

By Nathan Guttman

J Street, Newly Combative, Takes On the Jewish Establishment
After years of wavering, J Street is effectively defining itself as an outright opponent of the Jewish establishment. Will the lobby’s new strategy work?Read More


Can Israeli American Council Grow Without Kow-Towing to Big Donors Like Sheldon Adelson?

By Nathan Guttman

Can Israeli American Council Grow Without Kow-Towing to Big Donors Like Sheldon Adelson?
Awash in cash, the Israeli American Council has been growing by leaps and bounds. But some fear it is becoming a political tool of donors like Sheldon Adelson.Read More


Netanyahu’s Reelection Pushes J Street to the Left

By Nathan Guttman

Netanyahu’s Reelection Pushes J Street to the Left
Benjamin Netanyahu’s reelection has pushed J Street to endorse policies it previously rejected — like taking the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to the U.N. Security Council.Read More


What's a Nice Jewish Boy Doing Leading a Fraternity Like This?

By Nathan Guttman

What's a Nice Jewish Boy Doing Leading a  Fraternity Like This?
Bradley Cohen is the first Jewish president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. He insists the fraternity isn’t racist — despite the offensive video created by members in Oklahoma.Read More



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