Memories of Hannah Arendt

June 20 2013

“What struck one in reading Eichmann in Jerusalem . . .was the surging contempt with which she treated almost everyone and everything connected with the trial, the supreme assurance of the intellectual looking down upon those coarse Israelis.”

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More about: Adolf Eichmann, Gershom Scholem, Hannah Arendt, Holocaust, Israel, Nazism, Norman Podhoretz

Benjamin Netanyahu on What Israel Has to Offer the World

Sept. 27 2016

In an in-depth interview, the Israeli prime minister discusses a range of topics. These include his economic reforms as finance minister in the early 2000s and what can be done to remove further impediments to growth, Israel’s relationship with Russia, what’s special about his country’s alliance with the U.S., and even his thoughts about divine providence. (Interview by Roger Hertog; video, one hour. A transcript is available here.)

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More about: Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel & Zionism, Israeli economy, Israeli politics, Russia