Two top Israeli observers examine the dominant Jewish personalities in Israel today, and how they compare to the ideas of pre-state Zionist writers.
A new interview, published in English here for the first time, reveals the political tradition at work in the Israeli leader’s thinking.
The story of Theodor Herzl and the First Zionist Congress, convened 120 years ago on this date.
Known for his fine translations from Hebrew, Walter Lever lived in Israel at the time of its birth and left a deeply thoughtful memoir of. . .
For a hundred years, the Zionist movement has been remarkably adept at negotiating the geopolitical landscape—and at flourishing against all odds.
The Middle East is imploding. America is pulling back. Time for a new regional strategy.
Among the first European settlers in Ottoman Palestine, the German Templers provided a model of enterprise for early Zionists. Then came the British, and then. . .
A group lobbying the British government to apologize for the Balfour Declaration claims not to oppose Israel's right to exist. The claim is empty.