Why haven’t more American Jews joined the many Asian-American students and their parents protesting a policy reminiscent of the 1920s?
The foreign-policy analyst joins us to talk about his recent essay “Overmatch.”
Until recently, campus BDS resolutions were being used to penalize companies doing business in or with Israel. This week’s podcast guest explains how he helped put a stop to it.
Do America’s legal guarantees of religious liberty make it easier for legislatures to place a burden on religion in the first place?
Bureaucratic institutions apply a patina of objective, empirical rigor over human judgements that are fundamentally subjective and too often anti-religious.
The growing administrative state can pose grave problems for religious liberty. Can it also provide solutions?
The Israeli political analyst joins us to talk about the upcoming election, and the tribal identities that play into it.
If outsiders listen to leaders of the community rather than reformers on the margins, they’ll be more likely to come to agreement. Just look to Israel, where a new precedent was set.
The nation is fighting about religion more than ever. The reason why has as much to do with a change in the nature of the government as it does with a change in the culture.
Protests are rocking Iran after the death of a young woman in police custody. An Iranian writer joins us to think about how they connect to past protests, and where they could lead.
What happens when the study of the humanities migrates from campus to the web?
Watch the recording or read the transcript of our columnist’s conversation last week about the hasidic yeshiva controversy.
The direct target of anti-Jewish politics may be the Jews, but the more consequential damage is to the land of Lincoln. What can Jews do to help?
Smiling at my visible distress, my neighbor said he was surprised: did I really not know what was going on to Jews around us? But it’s our responsibility to stay.