Politics & Current Affairs

In its most recent term, the court handed down several decisions that protect First Amendment rights. What comes next?

Sept. 23 2020 1:10AM

The U.S. has repeatedly chosen the wrong allies in Iraq. Now Iran is poised for total control over its old adversary, a development that carries grave costs.

Sept. 22 2020 12:01AM

After a summer of chaos, wealthy and secular New Yorkers are fleeing in droves. Brooklyn’s Jews aren’t thrilled, but for them leaving isn’t so easy, or so desirable.

Sept. 15 2020 12:01AM

The American and Israeli governments both feature elite cadres of able managers, but the U.S. Congress has outmaneuvered its budget bureaucrats in a way that the Knesset has not.

Sept. 14 2020 12:01AM

How does Israel keep functioning despite constant political turmoil? Meet the opaque group of unelected bureaucrats that the country’s politicians rely on to save it from themselves.

Sept. 8 2020 12:01AM

American civilization seems to be undergoing a cultural crisis. What does this mean for the purpose and prospects of Jewish schools?

Aug. 31 2020 12:40AM

The decline of marriage has created a social divide within the nations of the West, the likes of which have not been seen in over a century.

Aug. 27 2020 12:01AM

Technology is the easy part. Getting young Jews to connect with the Book of Books, that’s hard.

Aug. 24 2020 12:39AM

Even before the pandemic, Jewish families were turning to smaller and more independent methods of schooling. But they need legal and financial help.

Aug. 17 2020 12:29AM

How traditionalist Christians and Jews can take advantage of this moment to renew classical and civic education.

Aug. 10 2020 12:13AM

The foreign-policy expert joins us to explain how China seeks hard power and not just economic influence in the region.

Aug. 6 2020 12:32AM

After the Great Disruption, a new renaissance can emerge, marrying Jewish classical education and novel technology, and confronting the cultural crisis with Jewish exceptionalism.

Aug. 3 2020 2:30AM

There probably aren’t many interviews out there with State Department officials in which the topics of discussion include Genesis, Plato’s Republic, and the philosophy of John Locke.

July 31 2020 12:19AM

Partly because they believe that the original party to God’s covenant may help them keep the faith in a rapidly secularizing world.

July 30 2020 12:56AM