United States

Never Say You’ve Had a Lucky Life.

Joseph Epstein
March 19 2024 12:01AM

Vivek Ramaswamy on America’s can’t-do attitude.

March 17 2023 12:01AM

Religious organizations need a voice inside the federal government. Is the twenty-year-old office still up to the task?

Feb. 13 2023 12:01AM

An intrinsically Jewish attitude and its political significance.

Nov. 24 2021 12:01AM

America’s birthrate is declining rapidly. A distinguished social scientist joins us to discuss why that’s happening, whether it can be reversed, and, if it can’t, how America can cope with it.

Nov. 11 2021 12:06AM

As rockets flew this past spring, my small Minnesota town found itself divided, which set me on a mission: to convene my neighbors face to face. A new film helped me set the stage.

Oct. 6 2021 12:01AM

The most sacralized feast in the history of Judaism.

Allan Nadler
Nov. 27 2020 12:01AM

The Middle East analyst stops by to talk about his recent blockbuster essay in Mosaic.

June 27 2019 12:01AM

America is a story of freedom, not simply an abstraction.

March 12 2018 12:01AM

He saved thousands of Jews from the Nazis.

Ginia Bellafante
Sept. 12 2017 12:01AM

Iran’s leaders see negotiations with the West not as a route to rapprochement but as a more advantageous form of conflict. So far, they are winning.

Clifford D. May
Jan. 31 2014 12:00AM

The collapse of sanctions against Iran since the interim deal highlights their weakness as a tool of coercion—especially in the hands of irresolute American leadership.

John R. Bolton
Jan. 29 2014 12:00AM

A sustained campaign of television and radio outreach has taken the edge off China’s unpopularity in the Arab world. Can the U.S. emulate its. . .

Jan. 21 2014 12:00AM

In the fight against Sunni jihadism, the president hopes to turn Iran and its Shiite allies into America’s partners: a breathtakingly ambitious idea, destined to backfire.

Jan. 17 2014 12:00AM