Neil Rogachevsky

 
About the author

Neil Rogachevsky is the Tikvah postdoctoral fellow at the Straus Center for Torah and Western Thought at Yeshiva University.

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