Articles

Albert Londres, The Wandering Jew has Arrived

The essays describe the lives of Jews of all sorts: religious and secular, ugly and beautiful, Zionist and socialist, washed and unwashed. Read More »

András Kovács ed., Communism’s Jewish Question:  Jewish Issues in Communist Archives

The archives show the importance of Jewish issues – especially of Zionism and Israel – for the former Soviet Union and its satellite countries. Read More »

Tuvia Tenenbom, The Lies They Tell: A Journey through America

Tenenbom’s format remains that of brief interviews with the different people whom he encounters, and general observations following these meetings. Read More »

Yosef Govrin, Reflections on my Mission as Israel’s Ambassador – To Austria, Slovenia and Slovakia

The book focuses upon Govrin’s two-and a-half years as Israel’s Ambassador to Austria and as non-resident ambassador in Slovenia and Slovakia. Read More »

Jeremiah Unterman, Justice for All: How the Jewish Bible Revolutionized Ethics

The book focuses on the foundations and content of ethics in the Hebrew Bible and its lasting influence in these fields. Read More »

Moshe Halbertal, Maimonides: Life and Thought

Halbertal’s comprehensive study deals with Rambam’s biography, his contributions and their lasting impact. Read More »

Yossi Katz, The Land Shall Not Be Sold in Perpetuity

The book traces the involvement of JNF staff and Members of Knesset in formulating various pieces of legislation. Read More »

Eunice G. Pollack, ed., From Antisemitism to Antizionism: The Past and Present of a Lethal Ideology

This book is a collection of 14 high-quality scholarly articles by 13 contributors from Canada, the United States, Europe, Australia, and Israel. Read More »

Robert P. Barnidge, Jr., Self-Determination, Statehood, and the Law of Negotiation: The Case of Palestine

The book might be described as a history of the Arab-Israeli conflict from the point of view of international law. Read More »

A Fatah-Hamas Reconciliation. Has Anything Changed?

Will Hamas ever surrender its weapons and armed struggle Read More »

Iran and Hamas Reconnect

Hamas’ Troubles Are Pushing It into Tehran’s Arms Read More »

Hijacking the Laws of Occupation

Only one place in the world is called “occupied,” not in Crimea, Cyprus, Iraq… Read More »

Iran’s New Defense Minister Is Committed to Iran’s Missile Program and the Export of the Revolution

“Committed to the end of Israel within 25 years.” Read More »

Do the Original Assumptions Underlying the Iran Nuclear Agreement Have Any Basis Today?

There are multiple indications that Iranian violations of the JCPOA agreement have occurred, or are being planned. Read More »

The Temple Mount Affair: What Has Changed?

Terrorism, Religion, Metal Detectors, and a Clash of Perception Read More »