Who remembers the Free State of Danzig?
An Indian who fell in love with the Jewish state.
There’s a quadruple standard at work: a double standard within a double standard.
The famous “new Jew” of Zionist lore is finally here: a dynamic blend of modern and traditionalist, nationalist and cosmopolitan. So an ambitious new book argues.
The inside story behind Israel’s bold 2007 decision to stop Syria from becoming a nuclear-armed state.
The case of Eric Hobsbawm.
Exploring the great Argentinian writer’s unusual fascination with Judaism and enthusiasm for the Jewish state.
An open letter to fellow students who want to write about Israel and anti-Semitism.
A wonderful new book recaptures their story and relates it to broader issues of Middle Eastern Jewish identity.
Why a cheesy competition with bad music and outrageous costumes matters.
How a young man from a village in northeast India, convinced of his hidden Jewish roots, moved his family to Israel, became an Orthodox rabbi, and turned into a national hero.
Yom Ha-Atsma’ut and Yom Yershulayim.