One of the greatest Jewish historians on the clash of civilizations that played out within the psyches of young Odessan Jews.
A new history of the American right seeks from the first page to alert the reader to what it is not about: the 40th president. But in the end conservatives can’t escape Reagan—nor should they.
That America still so passionately debates abortion marks the difference between the stagnation of Europe and the hopeful civilization of the United States.
The ayatollahs are playing hardball.
A Yale political scientist joins us to talk about esoteric writing and how to understand its relation to politics.
There is, unfortunately, nothing more human than most of the things called inhuman. That’s why in Jewish tradition “crimes against humanity” are thought of as crimes against divinity.
In 1949, Turkey was the first Muslim nation to recognize Israel, but in the last few decades their relationship has hit the rocks. Can recent signs of rapprochement be trusted?
France’s Jews are caught between Islamist violence and secularist denigration. Four observers weighed the tradeoffs, exclusively for Mosaic subscribers.
Lebanon’s recent elections make Hizballah seem weak. This week’s podcast explains why that’s misleading, and why it’s exactly what Hizballah wants the world to think.