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. . .
It’s not the United States. In recent years, trade between Israel and China has boomed, amounting to $10 billion in 2013 and moving beyond military. . .
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.
Between India’s new prime minister and Menachem Begin, there are enough parallels to evoke interest, not least the fear that each was an extremist unfit for power.
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