Four professors commit the sin of which they accuse nationalists.
How godless and deracinated liberalism gives way to anti-Semitic radicalism.
For Natan Sharansky, freedom and nationalism are two sides of the same coin.
Is it possible to justify the existence of a Jewish state? So asked the late Ruth Gavison back in 2003, and her answer resounds as strongly now as it did then.
The chosen and the woke.
With an exegesis of the Tanakh’s final verses.
Not antithetical, but complementary.
Particularism, universalism, and the circumcision of Jesus.
The mistake of comparisons with either black nationalism or white supremacism.
Defective history and some untenable key distinctions mar a brilliant, necessary, and much-discussed new book.
Game of peacock thrones.
Against imperialism from Assyria to the EU.
Nationalism as a force for good.
Are borders good or bad?
The most polished writing and
sharpest analysis in the Jewish world.