When, 100 years ago, the victors in World War I needed a push to get behind “the right of Jews to reconstitute in Palestine their National Home,” Italy was there.
No country can sacrifice its interests for the sake of moral preening.
With the help of Cyprus, Greece, and Italy.
Part Joyce, part Balzac, part yizkor book.
And how Hebrew wound up on a central column.
The myth of the good Italian.
And the story’s political manipulation today.
A bitter frost threatens this year’s crop.
And the search for one survivor.
Israel is the driving force for energy development in the eastern Mediterranean.
Once portrayed on screen by Gregory Peck.
Giorgio Perlasca impersonated the Spanish ambassador.
Europe should put an end to the burgeoning economic bonanza.
Why are my friend’s Italian neighbors calling a house a bayta?