The veteran columnist and scholar of foreign affairs joins our podcast to talk about how he sees the state of the world.
Six more Mosaic writers share their favorites, featuring shadow strikes, orchards, gleanings, constitutional evolutions and revolutions, serotonin, odd women, and more.
Seven of our regular writers pick several favorites each, featuring sieges, spies, cultural revolutions, family papers, useful enemies, new fields of inquiry, and more.
It’s said that the Oslo peace process was born in that room in Jerusalem in 1992. The truth is much different.
The Tomb has become a shrine for thousands of pilgrims, just as Rachel herself has become the religion’s ultimate matriarch. Why?
The former U.S. senator stops by our studio to talk about, among other things, fraying bipartisan support for Israel.
Let us sing of rodomont, Sinon, proditomania, and, in particular, grobian.
Mieczysław Weinberg wrote music equal in its genius to Mahler and Shostakovich, including one of the most powerful tributes to the victims of 20th-century tyranny.
Two Jewish journalists join us to talk about attacks that most others prefer to ignore.
Intentionally incarcerated there from 1940 to 1943, Witold Pilecki saw its transformation from a particularly brutal prison into the death factory it is now notorious for being.
One Soloveitchik warned about the dangers of Jewish-Christian dialogue. Another, his forebear, tried to intensify such dialogue, or so a third member of the family now argues. Is he right?
The legal expert explains how an erroneous and hypocritical interpretation of international law became unquestioned dogma.
That’s what the rumor is. The truth about the ancient Arabic-speaking tribe is a little different.
Lauded in Israel but unknown outside, Zelda’s poetry provides an alternative to the desacralized cosmos in which most of us live.