Can Iran and Its Proxies Be Restrained in Syria?
Prof. Leslie Wagner
Publications by Prof. Leslie Wagner
British Jewry in the 21st century is more buoyant than expected. Read More »
Wisely choosing your BDS battles. Read More »
The challenges facing British Jewry now are little different from those that have faced Diaspora Jewry generally over the past one hundred years or more, namely, the twin problems of assimilation and anti-Semitism. The interesting questions today are whether the nature and context of these challenges are different at present, in the second decade of the twenty-first century, and how effective the community’s response to these challenges is likely to be. Read More »
Although anti-Israeli activity on campus was evident in the 1980s and 1990s, the resolutions at the notorious World Conference against Racism in Durban in August 2001 led to an upsurge in such efforts and also to the founding of three academic watch organizations in 2002. The largest of these organizations is the U.S.-based Scholars for Peace in the Middle East, which is run by the academic community itself. Campus Watch, also U.S.-based, is part of the well-established Middle East Forum and foc Read More »
Rights as a Zero-Sum Game
The Palestinian Right to Israel, by Alex Grobman, Balfour Books, 2010, 326 pp.
Reviewed by Leslie Wagner Read More »