Unlike Iran, Israel succeeded in developing its nuclear capabilities without making the world nervous enough to prompt a forced inspection or threaten sanctions. Michael Karpin explains why.
A little noticed 1987 report, declassified in February, has suddenly made explicit Israel’s nuclear program. Michael Karpin unpacks its implications.
As Israelis head to the polls, liberals are anxious about the entrenched settler population whose existence this election will not change. But Michael Karpin has reason for optimism.
What makes ultra-Orthodox communities in Israel different from those in America? With Boro Park in his mind, Michael Karpin takes a jog through Bnei Brak to find out.
From outside Jerusalem, one can pine for more mutual understanding between Muslims and Jews. Michael Karpin has a better idea: separation.