Complex compensation packages including large deferred payouts are increasingly standard for leaders of Jewish not-for-profit organizations. Is the practice needed to lure top-rank talent — or a way to mask the true cost of high-priced CEO’s?
The American Jewish Committee has come out against the Iran nuclear deal.
The United States continues to insist on nuclear inspectors’ unfettered access as part of a nuclear deal with Iran, the deputy U.S. secretary of state told an American Jewish group.
King Abdullah leaves behind an outsized legacy. J.J. Goldberg asks if his successors will manage to maintain his cautious path of reform and dialog with Jews.
A commemoration in Chicago marking 70 years since the liquidation of the Lodz ghetto offers American Jews and Polish Americans the chance to find common ground.
David Harris of the American Jewish Committee suggested Palestinians were responsible for their own deaths when Israel shelled a school. That’s fear-mongering of the worst kind, write Logan Bayroff and Jacob Plitman.
Stephan Kramer, a Jewish leader in Germany, was named director of the American Jewish Committee’s new European Office on Anti-Semitism.
Hillary Clinton is laying the groundwork for a possible White House run by backing President Obama — while gingerly suggesting she would be a more reliably pro-Israel president.
Israeli leaders are cheering the victory of India’s Narendra Modi. The Hindu nationalist is seen as a possible ally against the Muslim world, J.J. Goldberg writes.
Hillary Rodham Clinton embraced the Obama administration’s second-term Middle East policies in an address to the American Jewish Committee.