China, the American Challenge and the Implications for Israel and the Jewish People
The US vs China: Confrontation Continues in 2021 What are the consequences of the Sino-American conflict for Israel and the Jewish people? How do China’s reactions to the American challenge…
Israel and American Jewry – Pause a Moment before the Abyss
The Bennett-Lapid government has a duty to do everything possible so that by the end of its tenure, Israel will not be a bad word in many U.S. Jewish communities
The (non-)draft law for Haredim
Lowering the draft age for the ultra-Orthodox to let them leave the army at the usual age sounds like a good idea, but it might just bring down this people’s…
Israel’s chance for a reset with American Jewry and Democrats
The Bennett government is configured for warmer ties, with none of Netanyahu’s stake in exaggerating the divide with progressive Jews and the US left.
Should Israel be apprehensive following the US abandonment of Afghanistan?
Following the recent round of fighting between Israel and Hamas, Harvard Prof. Stephen Walt penned an article entitled: “It’s Time to End the ‘Special Relationship’ With Israel.”
Artem – Brother or Other?
The State of Israel should recognize two parallel paths for the creation of family units: religious marriage and secular civil unions. Thus, Artem would become an equal citizen without tearing…
What Israelis Want: Kosher Food at Affordable Prices
The new minister of religious affairs has a plan to provide more reliable supervision and lower food prices — all without harming the Chief Rabbinate.
To Deter Iran, Give Israel a Big Bomb
The best way to ensure Tehran doesn’t gain the capability to make a nuclear weapon is for the U.S. to empower its ally.
Dr. Henry Kissinger in conversation with Amb. Dennis Ross
Virtual Tisha b’Av Study Session on National and Personal Loneliness
2020 Pluralism Index