Shany Mor is a lecturer in political thought at Reichman University and a frequent writer on politics, foreign policy, and Israel.
Three catastrophes, all marked by euphoria at the start and denial at the end, have shaped the Palestinian predicament. Has the fourth arrived, and is the same dynamic playing out?
Israel’s actions in the recent Gaza flare-up show just how valuable self-correction can be. On every dimension, its performance was at least slightly improved.
An Israeli analyst joins us to provide essential context for the recent wave of terror against the Jewish state.
In thrall to a moral impulse rather than a real strategy for peacemaking in Israel, America’s peace processors won’t stop, won’t learn, and won’t succeed.
The Israeli researcher joins us to talk about his blockbuster essay in Mosaic.
For decades, America’s foreign-policy establishment has, in the name of peace, incentivized conflict in the Middle East. Now that it’s back in power, can it learn from its mistakes?
Even after a decade of electoral failure, the Labor party prefers to console itself with platitudes about the reasons why. It won’t be successful until it confronts the truth.
There’s a rare geopolitical window open for the Jewish state right now—which means pursuing other interests than those in the West Bank.
The text of the law’s main article embodies the essence of Zionism and the state of Israel. Not so, the context envisioned by the law’s promoters.