Talking won’t bring peace. But not talking could lead to another war.
In March, the United Nations compiled a “black list” of Israeli companies doing business in the West Bank. In some pro-Israel circles, it appeared part of a larger trend: the U.N. singling out Israel for condemnation.
The academic group representing American anthropologists overwhelmingly voted approved a proposed boycott of Israeli academic institutions that would ban collaborations between the association and Israeli universities.
A Spanish music festival’s decision to nix a Matisyahu concert may not seem like cause for Jewish celebration. But, Jared Samilow asks, what if it’s an example of BDS overplaying its hand?
The CEO of a major French telecommunications company said he would cut ties with an Israeli partner “tomorrow” if it could do so without incurring financial penalties.
Indiana’s state senate passed a nonbinding resolution opposing boycotts of Israel.
A Congressional push to combat anti-Israel boycotts also seeks to bar protests against the settlements. J.J. Goldberg explores how lawmakers are ignoring U.S. policy in their zeal to embrace the Israeli right.
A law that outlaws calls to boycott Israel — or its illegal settlements — has received a green light in court. Is the ruling a blow against free speech — or a ‘no-brainer’ protection of businesses?
Students at two University of California campuses have passed resolutions condemning anti-Semitism after incidents on two UC campuses, including the painting of swastikas on the doors of a Jewish fraternity at UC Davis.
An Israel divestment resolution passed at the University of California Davis last month by the student senate was overturned on Feb. 19 by the university’s Court of Associated Students.