Vivek Ramaswamy on America’s can’t-do attitude.
Religious organizations need a voice inside the federal government. Is the twenty-year-old office still up to the task?
An intrinsically Jewish attitude and its political significance.
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.
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.
The most sacralized feast in the history of Judaism.
The Middle East analyst stops by to talk about his recent blockbuster essay in Mosaic.
America is a story of freedom, not simply an abstraction.
He saved thousands of Jews from the Nazis.
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.
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.
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. . .
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.
After honoring the notorious terrorist leader Hassan Nasrallah, the Islamic Republic’s foreign minister has announced his country’s commitment to . . . combating terrorism.