The first time I was introduced to British publisher Lord George Weidenfeld — who died at 96 on January 21, 2016 in London — was at the November 22, 1998 American Friends of Ben Gurion University in the Negev Dinner at the Hotel Pierre at which BGU president Avishay Braverman declared: “We work with the Palestinians, the Jordanians, the Moroccans and the Tunisians …and one day we will work with the Syrians.”
A new book presents Henry Kissinger as a misunderstood idealist. But are the critics buying it?
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.
Former U.S. Secretary of State and Nobel Peace Prize winner Henry Kissinger underwent heart surgery at a New York City hospital on Tuesday and was resting comfortably, hospital officials said.
What if World War I could have been avoided? Would the world have actually been better off? One author isn’t so sure.
A Chabad leader recounts chasing after celebrities to show them the Jewish way. He insists it’s just as important to put a challah in the hands of jailed killers.
Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger was admitted to a New York hospital on Tuesday after a fall at his home and was expected to be released later in the day, New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center said in a statement.
The neoconservatives stars came out to fete Bernard Lewis at a gala in his honor. The Princeton professor is considered an ideological godfather of the Iraq War.