The influential former Israeli national security advisor elaborates on the recent comments that raised eyebrows on both sides of the Atlantic.
Fifteen years before Herzl’s The Jewish State, a doctor named Leon Pinsker called for the Jews to reassert their honor by freeing themselves from the debasement of the diaspora.
The editor and political analyst stops by to discuss American constitutional structures and how relevant they are to Israel.
The authors of a new book explore the principles animating Israel’s founding moment.
At some point, Israelis must negotiate a genuine compromise on legal reform. Otherwise, the issue will continue tearing the country apart for decades to come.
Israel’s judiciary needs balance. But a rash change is likely only to upset further Israel’s fragile equilibrium, and possibly bring down the regime itself.
A ḥaredi rabbi and editor who also clerked on the Supreme Court, Pfeffer is uniquely positioned to talk about a major aspect of the current crisis.
An American political scientist and an Israeli media personality talk about the cleavages in Israeli society that have made the present debate over judicial reform so intense.
Israel’s court is abnormally powerful and has caused half the nation to lose faith in its government. Reform will help, as long as it doesn’t cause the other half to do the same.
What’s it like when thousands of troops, planes, ships, and batteries from different countries operate together?
What the finance minister’s invitation reveals.
The Tel Aviv Heat has fallen victim to BDS.
Change is necessary and inevitable. But it must not amplify division or open the nation up to unintended consequences.
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