Isi Leibler’s behind-the-scenes diplomacy.
On Michael Walzer’s The Paradox of Liberation.
They trace their history to the time of King Solomon.
What Michael Walzer misses.
Michael Walzer’s paradox is anything but.
A retired IDF general recounts his experience in the Indian city of Lucknow.
Last week, what may be the first Hindi-language play about the Holocaust was staged in a country where few are aware of it while many. . .
For decades, India has been an unfailing supporter of the Palestinians at the UN. Despite the improvement in relations between India and Israel since 1991,. . .
The synagogue in India’s capital city remains active, although the Jewish community there has dwindled to about 40 members. Although New Delhi, unlike Mumbai or. . .
The answer isn’t diplomatic support. Given its anti-American orientation, China is unlikely to side with a U.S. ally on the world stage. India for its. . .
A year spent at the Hindu equivalent of Yeshiva University teaches much about the similarities, and the difference, between two ancient traditions.