Many of those who would do away with Israel evince no pre-existing hostility to Jews that I can see. But their motivations are beside the point.
A former senior civil-rights official joins us to explain why properly defining anti-Semitism is so important to the U.S. government’s fight against discrimination.
It’s already the best of the several definitions out there. And, by offering yet clearer guidance on the question of Zionism, it could get even stronger.
To ease social animosities and heal political wounds, leaders and citizens in America and Israel must rededicate themselves to the principles of liberal democracy.
That’s why I signed the Jerusalem Declaration on Anti-Semitism.
Despite many real disappointments, the turmoil of the past decade has also revealed signs of promise in the Middle East.
Frequent and outrageous use of Holocaust imagery is now part-and-parcel of Brazilian political dialogue. How did this happen, and why?
A few months ago it seemed that the Biden administration would pursue a more moderate version of Obama’s Iran strategy. Now it’s poised to make even greater concessions.
A planned memorial next to Parliament appears to have been treated as an easy way to show that the British are, indeed, on the right side of history.