Japan, South Korea, and India have key ties to the region.
And that’s good for the U.S., although not in the way Washington imagines.
With Washington in retreat, New Delhi sees a need to step in.
Commercial ties are paving the way for a strategic alliance.
India once stood out for its frosty attitude toward the Jewish state. But lately there’s been a fascinating turnaround that’s both pragmatic and ideological.
Bringing India into the American system.
India, Japan, and South Korea are better partners than China.
Mordechai Wolff Haffkine “savior of humanity.”
An Indian play in Poland.
A community comes into its own as New Delhi begins to cultivate its diaspora.
Dov Ber Naiditch’s religious and artistic journey.
Countering ignorance and denial in India.
How Israel’s technical capacities serve its foreign relations.