Jeremy Rabkin is a professor of law at the Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University.
The expert on constitutional and international law tells us why the specter of “legal” warfare against Israel may not be as grievous as some worry.
Who remembers the Free State of Danzig?
In its definition of the nation, it follows a pattern common in the founding documents of many countries, including other advanced democracies.
The Jewish state is unique both in the strength of its democracy and in the self-assurance of the judges who challenge its democracy. It may be fated to remain so.