We’re ready for a the latest model of Israeli policy…if only fractured peace was as easy to fix as a BMW.
What’s most frightening about this moment in foreign affairs is that the most important player may not be capable of absorbing it all.
The Trump administration should reconsider its warm embrace of Saudi Arabia and Egypt, which are among the world’s most repressive nations.
Denying access to Torahs for egalitarian worship undermines Jewish educational efforts to build up young American Jews’ identification with Israel.
Tanya Weiz survived the attack, but a friend she’d gone with, Liana, did not.
As the impasse between Israel and the Palestinians drags on, alternative plans for peace abound.
The racial and cultural schisms dividing the Mizrahi and Ashkenaz communities have never been more problematic, but can this soon come to an end?
Leading thinkers on the left-right spectrum offer very different views and hopes for Trump’s first foreign trip.
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
Is it not time for France to dare to oppose initiatives that seek to delegitimize Israel?
Trump’s disclosure of secret Israeli intel is only the latest in a litany of intelligence snafus between the U.S. and Israel over the years.
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