Why does refusing to recognize Israel as a Jewish state remain the key obstacle to peace? For good and sufficient reason.
Not everything depends on us Israelis; but much does.
Have Israeli Jews really lost their self-confident, forward-looking spirit?
Yasir Arafat never truly accepted the validity of a Jewish state; his successor Mahmoud Abbas is merely following suit.
Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas insists on denying a fact that even his murderous predecessor Yasir Arafat admitted.
Why do scenarios for a better Middle East—like Yoav Sorek's—tend to succumb to the utopian temptation?
The two-state solution won’t work, the one-state solution won’t work. Where does that leave us?
How my countrymen gave up the hope for real peace, and how they can get it back.
Israel, needless to say, is not an apartheid state. But—in a distinctly Jewish way—it is a state apart.
How long before the "strong" Arab states of the Middle East follow Syria, Iraq, and Libya into chaos?
. . . if he were caught between the rise of al-Qaeda and Iran and the decline of the United States?
Two acclaimed new books about Israel betray a disquieting lack of moral confidence in their subject and its story
The forgotten story of the arrogant, overbearing egotist who, with one speech, united the American Jewish community behind the Zionist idea and helped secure the Jewish future
Dear Hillel: Don’t you think that Israel needs American Jews to help it withstand the campaigns of hate it faces?