As the nation gears up for its third election in a year, the time may have come to consider a different way of voting.
Americans may soon face the unfamiliar challenge of a rival with as many resources as the U.S. has, or more: precisely the situation in which Israelis have always excelled.
The historian and foreign-policy expert joins us to talk about strains between friends and how to overcome them.
The number of AI and cybersecurity startups in Israel makes up close to 20 percent of the world’s total, likely eclipsing China and second only to the United States.
Now that China has supplanted global terrorism as the U.S.’s main foreign-policy concern, the Israel-China relationship will have to change.
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.
The Jewish state’s relationship with the U.S. is stronger for resting on an informal basis; replacing it with a formal alliance would do no good and only anger the world’s other major power.
In some ways, the two countries have never been closer, but in others, and notably with regard to China, they’ve never seemed farther apart.
The legal expert explains how an erroneous and hypocritical interpretation of international law became unquestioned dogma.
The co-author of a new book on Israel’s founding generation of leaders stops by to discuss their legacy.