April 21, 2019

Shmuel Rosner

One of the common myths about Israel’s last election (2015) is that the polls were way off. The people were expecting a win for...
Shmuel Rosner died last Friday night. He was almost a hundred years old. My phone buzzed with the news on Saturday night, when I was in...
Eliezer Tauber is an Israeli academic who specializes in the modern history of the Middle East. In the past decade, he dedicated a lot...
Israeli columnist Ben Caspit has not always had good luck with timing. In 2013, he penned a book about former Prime Minister Ehud...
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was always obsessed with the media. He was always at war with the media.
Israel demonstrated how serious it is about preventing the establishment of an Iranian stronghold in Syria
Recep Tayyip Erdogan might be a strong leader of Turkey, but consistency is not his strongest suit. He embraces Hamas but calls Kurdish...
There is an irony inherent to a scholarly attempt to convince you that we live in an era of “Truth Decay.” The phrase is the catchy title...
It is sometimes quite amazing to see how the Holocaust, 70 years later, is still a daily subject of discussion in Israel.
“As a rule, men worry more about what they can’t see than about what they can.” —  Julius Caesar The list of worries never shortens, and an...
About a month ago, when I last traveled to the United States, I purchased “The Republic for Which It Stands:
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