High Court Snuffs Out Hope for Tech-Savvy Haredim
One of the most important reforms introduced under the leadership of the communications minister in Israel’s outgoing government pertained to “kosher cell phones.” It may sound boring and esoteric, but…
How Much Should Israel Value Jewish Interests Over its Own?
The crisis with Russia surrounding the Jewish Agency raises the question again: what price is Israel willing to pay for solidarity towards Diaspora Jewry? The true nature of the current…
Biden Middle East Trip: Where National Polarization Meets Party Polarization
Bipartisan congressional support for Israel is eroding and being replaced by political barbs that use Israel a weapon to score political points.
A Fight for the Right to Poverty and Ignorance
Israel’s ultra-Orthodox leaders are waging a war of attrition on state oversight of schools, perpetuating ignorance and endangering the country’s future.
The Jewish People – An Assessment
The State of Israel must take the leading role in preparing and implementing a strategic plan for shaping the future of the Jewish people in the Diaspora in an era…
US Ponders Agonizing Handshake in Saudi Arabia It Wants to Avoid
Biden’s expected visit to Saudi Arabia shows that even a great power cannot be guided by moral considerations alone. How is Israel struggling with this dilemma?
Israel’s Coalition Didn’t Fail. It Set a New Bar
Whatever happens, a once unthinkable coalition created just over 365 days ago opened the gate to a new and thrilling possibility of cooperation. A dam has broken.
Israel’s Elections Reawaken U.S. Jews’ Trauma
While many Israelis dismissed ‘government for change’ as nothing more than a marketing stunt, most U.S. Jews welcomed what they considered a major change.
Ukraine – A Case Study: Moral Considerations in Israel’s Foreign Policy
The War in Ukraine: Implications for the Jewish People (Hebrew Event)
Speaking with the Ambassadors
Catherine Wolff: Beyond
Sarah Ifft Decker: Jewish Women in the Medieval World
Maren Niehoff: Philo of Alexandria