Hungary is less religious, prosperous, and free than the United States. That doesn’t mean it’s wholly bad.
Jerusalem should reach out to the Baltic states and other potential allies.
Anti-Semitic advertisements don’t pose the same threat as anti-Semitic immigrants.
Roger Scruton, George Soros, and the dangers of ellipses.
Anti-Semites declare that “all Jews must die”; others change the subject.
The only country without a right to a normal foreign policy.
Many are dismayed at the recent embrace of Israel by some unsavory national leaders; Zionism’s founding father would see it as a vindication of his vision.
An anti-Israel screed in the New York Times.
George Soros, the “Dyke March,” and the progressive inversion of the meaning of anti-Semitism.
Innuendo and guilt-by-association haven’t proved a Trump adviser to be a Nazi.
She wouldn’t leave her girls.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has repudiated democracy, cracked down on dissidents, and cozied up to anti-Semites. What next?
A mysterious request leads the Canadian-raised son of a Holocaust survivor back to the old country.