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Neil Rogachevsky

 
About the author

Neil Rogachevsky teaches at the Straus Center for Torah and Western Thought at Yeshiva University.

Without knowing the Middle East, the author of a highly regarded new book presumes to prescribe what would be best for it—and especially for Israel.

Aug. 10 2017 2:06AM

A new book shows the role played by anti-Semitism in the strengthening and consolidation of Islamism in France.

June 29 2017 12:01AM

In its embrace of social psychology and “process over politics,” the new hit drama mirrors the mentality that helped produce the disastrous Oslo Accords themselves.

May 17 2017 12:01AM

A new production of an old play stresses the benefits of religious tolerance. But the play itself suggests there might also be costs—and specifically for Jews.

June 29 2016 12:01AM

The “voice of Israel,” as David Ben-Gurion dubbed him, was revered abroad, mocked and sidelined at home. A new biography helps explain why.

Feb. 17 2016 12:01AM

Sure, its politics are chaotic. But on several of the most important issues, Israel today is less divided than it has been in a long time.

June 15 2015 12:01AM

In France, one is expected to be quiet about one’s Judaism in public. But a number of working-class French Jews don’t care.

Oct. 27 2014 12:01AM
Israel, needless to say, is not an apartheid state. But—in a distinctly Jewish way—it is a state apart.
Feb. 26 2014 5:00AM