A response to Jane Eisner’s exploration of Jews in today’s Poland.
This was the year to mourn the death of the two-state solution to the Mideast conflict. Dan Goldenblatt has moved on to something new — and better.
Some say the U.N.’s Palestinian vote should be delayed, because pressuring Israel before an election will only help right-wingers. Lara Friedman says it’s just the opposite.
For European Jewry, last year was a tipping point, writes Deborah Lipstadt. Anti-Semitism became a fact of life that could not be avoided.
Steven Windmueller was deeply disturbed by Obama’s choice to act unilaterally on Cuba. Could that decision-making pattern threaten the U.S.-Israel relationship?