Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has begun. To explain how it came about and what can be done, a top foreign-policy scholar joins the podcast this week.
Saudis are joining the labor force, women are driving, and the taboo on Israel has practically vanished. America can support this shift—so why isn’t it?
First surfacing in the 15th century as raza in Spanish, razza in Italian, and race in French before entering English in the 16th century, it has had six different etymologies proposed for it.
Situated between Russia and Iran, Azerbaijan could be a key partner in the struggle for Eurasia. And a stronger alliance between Washington and Baku could benefit Jerusalem, too.
The children of Jewish Communists needed a therapeutic process to work through the effects of growing up in a political cult. They didn’t get it.
The leader of a new security initiative joins us to explain what it takes to protect Jewish institutions from anti-Semitic violence.
Democrats and Republicans both seem to think that the family needs help. But they don’t agree on what a family is, or what government support would aim to accomplish.
The author of a new report scrutinized hundreds of public statements from those who work in diversity offices on campus. He joins us to explain what he found.
A cyber security expert explains the major cyber threats facing the United States, and the role Israel could in play in securing both countries.
A former deputy national security adviser analyzes the mysterious recent explosion in Iran, and along the way, shares what it’s like to make decisions amidst uncertainty.
Jews can do their fellow citizens a favor by identifying the sources of cultural poison before the toxicity turns fatal. Hardly anybody is doing it better than these two.