Ultra-Orthodox Jews no longer vote in blocs and are now enthusiastic participants in national ideological movements. They may rue the change.
The member of Knesset and architect of the effort to reform Israel’s judiciary speaks about the issue.
The foreign-policy analyst joins us to talk about his recent essay “Overmatch.”
Until recently, campus BDS resolutions were being used to penalize companies doing business in or with Israel. This week’s podcast guest explains how he helped put a stop to it.
How the Jewish state found itself going to elections yet again, and what reforms might, at last, bring some stability.
The Israeli political analyst joins us to talk about the upcoming election, and the tribal identities that play into it.
The spy show seems so accurate I found myself wondering whether its creators are themselves former Mossad agents who spent time in the titular city.
Under heavy pressure from America, Israel has agreed to new maritime borders with Lebanon. Is that a good thing?
A China expert, a veteran American diplomat, and a retired Israeli general walk into a Zoom to talk about Israel and where it fits into a new cold war.
The leading rabbi joins us to walk through the fascinating ways that Jews have related to Jerusalem, from the time of King David to today.