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Volume 29, Numbers 3–4

Freedom Denied: A Firsthand Look at Kurdistan’s Referendum Debacle, One Year On

Zach Huff

No Arab Demographic Time Bomb

Amb. Yoram Ettinger

Verses and Reality: What the Koran Really Says about Jews

Israel Shrenzel

The Arab-Muslim Slave Trade: Lifting the Taboo

David Gakunzi

A New Anti-Semitism?

Michel Wieviorka

Book Reviews

Volume 29, Numbers 1–2

Is the Jewish State the Ultimate Evil or a Golden Opportunity? Ideology vs. Politics in the Teachings and Actions of Rabbi Yoel Teitelbaum – the Satmar Rebbe

Dr. Menachem Keren-Kratz

To Kill Hope? In Search of a Reliable Strategy to Fight Terrorism

Moshe Yanovskiy, Ilia Zatcovetsky, Dr. Tim Ginker, Sergei Zhavoronkov

The Polish Theologian Waldemar Chrostowski and the Setback of the Christian-Jewish Dialogue

Arno Tausch

The Saudi Specter over the American Education System

Prof. Arnon Gutfeld

Regarding Israel’s Borders: The Bible is neither a Land Registry nor a Legend

Florence Taubmann

Book Reviews

Volume 28, Numbers 3–4

From the Editor

Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah

Israel and the World of Catholicism(s)

Arno Tausch

U.S.-Israeli Ties: The 400-Year-Old Unique Foundations

Amb. Yoram Ettinger

The State of Israel:
A Partner in the Development of the African Continent

Robert Dussey

The Complexity of the Relations between European Jewry and Israel

Amb. Freddy Eytan

Indo-Israeli Relations: A Quest for Great-Power Status Since 1991

Sunil Kumar

Anti-Zionism and Anti-Semitism – African Style

David Gakunzi

Don’t Confuse the People of Iran with Its Islamic Regime

Michel Taubmann

Agricultural Settlement: Up to the Present and into the Future

Avraham Katz-Oz

On the Roots of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Pinhas Inbari

The Palestinian Authority as a Post-Soviet “Frozen Conflict”

Jamie Berk

Book Reviews

Volume 28, Numbers 1–2

100 Years Since the Balfour Declaration

The Historical Significance of the Balfour Declaration

Amb. Dore Gold

The Historical Paths to the Balfour Declaration

Prof. Andrew Roberts

Israel as a Strategic Asset of the West

Col. Richard Kemp

In Photos: The Story of the Liberation of Jerusalem a Century Ago

Lenny Ben-David

Is the Balfour Declaration a Legally Binding Document?

Prof. Ruth Lapidoth

Chaim Weizmann and the Balfour Declaration:
“A Unique Act of World Moral Conscience”

Joel Fishman

The Peel Commission Report of 1937 and the Origins of the Partition Concept

Shaul Bartal

Book Reviews

Volume 27, Numbers 3–4

Message from the Editor

Joel Fishman

Planning the Holocaust in the Middle East:
Nazi Designs to Bomb Jewish Cities in Palestine

Samuel Miner

Iranian Terror and Argentinian Justice: The Case of Alberto Nisman, the Prosecutor Who Knew Too Much

Gustavo D. Perednik

Jacques Picard, Jacques Revel, Michael P. Steinberg and Idith Zertal, eds., Makers of Jewish Modernity: Thinkers, Artists, Leaders and the World They Made

Elhanan Yakira

The Revival of British Jewry

Prof. Leslie Wagner

Understanding Resolution 2334: Did the Obama Administration Betray Israel at the UN?

Joseph S. Spoerl

The Recent Discovery of Heinrich Himmler’s Telegram of November 2, 1943, the Anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, to Amin al-Husseini, Mufti of Jerusalem

Joel Fishman

Book Reviews

Volume 27, Numbers 1–2

Israel’s 2005 Disengagement from Gaza

Message from the Editor:
Ten Years since the Disengagement from Gaza

Joel Fishman

The Arab Attitude toward Israel’s 2005 Unilateral Disengagement:
A First-Hand Account from an Israeli Insider

Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser

The Disengagement from Gaza: Understanding the Ideological Background

Eyal Lewin

The Disengagement: The Unanswered Question

Nadav Shragai

Innocence Lost: The Impact of the Disengagement on Religious Zionism

Yair Sheleg

The Etrog: The Media, the Courts and Prime Minister Sharon during the Disengagement

Amnon Lord

In Memoriam: Meir Rosenne (1931-2015)

Amb. Zvi Mazel

In Memoriam: Yehuda Avner: Our Shakespeare

Isi Leibler

Book Reviews

Volume 26, Numbers 3–4

The Historical Problem of Haj Amin al-Husseini, “Grand Mufti” of Jerusalem

The Historical Problem of Haj Amin al-Husseini, “Grand Mufti” of Jerusalem

Joel Fishman

Haj Amin al-Husseini, the Nazis and the Holocaust:
The Origins, Nature and Aftereffects of Collaboration

Jeffrey Herf

The Postwar Career of Nazi Ideologue Johann von Leers, aka Omar Amin, the “First Ranking German” in Nasser’s Egypt

Joel Fishman

Whitewashing Palestine to Eliminate Israel: The Case of the One-State Advocates

Joseph S. Spoerl

Collaboration with the Third Reich: The Wider Historical Debate and the Role of Hajj Amin al-Husseini, Mufti of Jerusalem

Prof. Johannes Houwink ten Cate

Book Reviews

Volume 26, Numbers 1–2

Message from the Editor

Joel Fishman

The Jewish Nation-State Bill: Is There a Contradiction between  Judaism and Democracy?

Joel Fishman

Palestinians, Arabs, and the Holocaust

Joseph S. Spoerl

Germany and a Nuclear Iran

Dr. Matthias Küntzel

Swiss Jewry: Between Continuity and Decline

Dr. Simon Erlanger

French Jewry and the Dieudonné Affair

Michelle Mazel

World Vision: Strategies for Fund-Raising and Support for Hamas

Dexter Van Zile

Book Reviews

Volume 25, Numbers 3–4

The Resilience of Tikkun Olam

Message from the Editor JPSR

Joel Fishman

Tikkun Olam, Israel and a Just World Order

Amb. Dore Gold

The Assimilation of Tikkun Olam

Levi Cooper

Tikkun Olam: A Case of Semantic Displacement

Byron Sherwin

The Place of Tikkun Olam in American Jewish Life

Jonathan Krasner

The Limits of Tikkun Olam: Questions and Answers

Elliot N. Dorff

Mending the World

Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

Book Reviews

Volume 25, Numbers 1–2

Message from the Editor

Joel Fishman

The Threat to Freedom of Speech about Israel: Campus Shout-Downs and the Spirit of the First Amendment

Justus Reid Weiner

Evangelical Anti-Zionism as an Adaptive Response to Shifts in American Cultural Attitudes

Dexter Van Zile

Charles Taylor and Jewish Identity in the Twenty-First Century

Dr. Edward Rettig

The Clash of Civil Religions: A Paradigm for Understanding Israeli Politics

Eyal Lewin

‘Land Swaps’ and the 1967 Lines

Amb. Dore Gold

Book Reviews

The Young Turks’ Crime Against Humanity. The Armenian Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing in the Ottoman Empire, by Taner Akçam

Dr. Wolfgang G. Schwanitz

Zionism in the Shadow of the Pyramids: The Zionist Movement in Egypt: 1918–1948, by Ruth Kimche

Michelle Mazel

Louis Marshall and the Rise of Jewish Ethnicity in America, A Biography, by M. M. Silver

Dr. Sarah Schmidt

FDR and the Jews. by Breitman, Richard and Allan J. Lichtman

Adrien Dallaire

Heroes, Hucksters, and Storytellers: On the Jewish Military Union (ŻZW)

Mary Seeman

The Eichmann Trial, by Deborah E. Lipstadt

Prof. Sergio Itzhak Minerbi

Africa and Israel, A Unique case of Radical Changes in Foreign Policy, by Arye Oded

Dr. Yosef Govrin

Saturday People, Sunday People: Israel through the Eyes of a Christian Sojourner, by Lela Gilbert

Joseph S. Spoerl

Unbroken Spirit: A Heroic Story of Faith, Courage and Survival, by Yosef Mendelevich

Rivkah Fishman-Duker

Battle for our Minds: Western Elites and the Terror Threat, by Michael Widlanski, Threshold Editions, Simon and Schuster

Lela Gilbert

From Ambivalence to Betrayal: The Left, the Jews, and Israel, by Robert Wistrich

Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld

The Jewish Origins of Cultural Pluralism: The Menorah Association and American Diversity, by Daniel Greene

Dr. Sarah Schmidt

God, Jews and the Media: Religion and Israel’s Media, by Yoel Cohen

Haim Shapiro

Resurgent Antisemitism: Global Perspectives, by Alvin Rosenfeld

Catherine D. Chatterley

The Unhappy Identity, by Alain Finkielkraut

Michelle Mazel

Volume 24, Numbers 3–4 (Fall 2012)

Message from the Editor

Building the Positive Peace: The Urgent Need to Bring the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Back to Basics

Kobi Michael and Joel Fishman

The Zionist Message Hidden within Antique Pictures of the Holy Land

Lenny Ben-David

Intelligence Failure or Paralysis?

Amnon Lord

Could French Reporting on Israel Reflect a New Understanding?

Michelle Mazel

Is Jerusalem Really Negotiable? An Analysis of Jerusalem’s Place in the Peace Process

Alan Baker

The Geography of Sino-Israeli Relations

Binyamin Tjong-Alvares

Book Reviews

Michael E. Stone, Ancient Judaism: New Visions and Views

Rivkah Fishman-Duker

John J. Collins, The Dead Sea Scrolls: A Biography

Rivkah Fishman-Duker

Yves Belaubre, La Protestation, 23 août 1942 (The Protest, August 23rd, 1942)

Michelle Mazel

Roni Stauber, Laying the Foundations for Holocaust Research: The Impact of the Historian Philip Friedman

Laurence Weinbaum

Manfred Gerstenfeld, Judging the Netherlands: The Renewed Holocaust Restitution Process, 1997–2000

Bart Wallet

Yosef Govrin, Relations with the East European States: From Disruption 1967 to Resumption 1989–91

Wolfgang G.Schwanitz

Houman M. Sarshar (Ed.), Jewish Communities of Iran: Entries on Judeo-Persian Communities Published

the Encyclopedia Iranica by Miriam Nissimov

Rifat Bali, Model Citizens of the State: The Jews of Turkey during the Multiparty Period

Mordechai Arbell

Robert S. Wistrich, Muslimischer Antisemitismus: Eine Aktuelle Gefahr [Muslim Anti-Semitism: A Present Danger]

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Pierre André Taguieff, Israël et la question juive (Israel and the Jewish Question)

Michelle Mazel

Yoel Finkelman, Strictly Kosher Reading: Popular Literature and the Condition of Contemporary Orthodoxy

Haim Chertok

Edward Alexander, The State of the Jews: A Critical Appraisal

Sarah Schmidt

Aryeh Neier, The International Human Rights Movement

Anne Herzberg

Uzi Eilam, Eilam’s Arc: How Israel Became a Military Technology Powerhouse

Guido G.Weiss

Thomas A. Baima, A Legacy of Catholic-Jewish Dialogue: The Joseph Cardinal Bernardin Lectures

Joseph S. Spoerl

Volume 24, Numbers 1–2 (Spring 2012)

U.S. Policy toward Israel in the Peace Process: Negating the 1967 Lines and Supporting Defensible Borders

Dore Gold

Israel’s National Security Considerations in Its Approach to the Peace Process

Uzi Dayan

Israeli Settlements, American Pressure, and Peace

Steven J. Rosen

American Jews — More Right than Left on the Peace Process

Mervin F. Verbit

JTS Rabbis and Israel, Then and Now: The 2011 Survey of JTS Ordained Rabbis and Current Students

Steven M. Cohen

From Altneuland to the New Promised Land: A Study of the Evolution and Americanization of the Israeli Economy

Avi Kay

Book Reviews

Volume 23, Numbers 3–4 (Fall 2011)

The Misleading Interpretation of UN Security Council Resolution 242

Ruth Lapidoth

The Campaign to Delegitimize Israel with the False Charge of Apartheid

Robbie Sabel

The Settlements Issue: Distorting the Geneva Convention and the Oslo Accords

Alan Baker

Why Is Israel’s Presence in the Territories Still Called “Occupation”?

Avinoam Sharon

Palestine Incitement and Peace: An Insurmountable Incompatibility

Joel Fishman

The Myth of Israel as a Colonialist Entity

Dore Gold

From Gaza to Pakistan: Targeted Killing and International Law

Justus Reid Weiner

Book Reviews

Volume 23, Numbers 1–2 (Spring 2011)

From the Editors

Updating the Ancient Infrastructure of Christian Contempt: Sabeel

Dexter van Zile

Reversing The Poles: How The Pro-Israeli Policy Of Canada’s Conservative Government May Be Moving Jewish Voters From Left To Right

Paul C. Merkley

Power, Deception and Comedy: The Politics of Exile in the Book of Esther

Alexander Green

Book Reviews

Volume 22, Numbers 3–4 (Fall 2010)

From the Editors

“Shaking the Dust Off”: The Story of the Warsaw Ghetto’s Forgotten Chronicler, Ruben Feldschu (Ben Shem)

Laurence Weinbaum

Holocaust Remembrance in the Council of Europe: Deplorable Victims and Evil Ideologies without Perpetrators

Elisabeth Kuebler

The “Sajmište” (Exhibition Grounds) in Semlin, Serbia: The Changing of Memory

Mladenka Ivanković

Watching the Pro-Israeli Academic Watchers

Leslie Wagner

Anti-Zionist Expression on the UK Campus: Free Speech or Hate Speech?

Lesley Klaff

Book Reviews

Wolfgang G. Schwanitz on The Jewish Factor in the Relations between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union 1933-1941by Yosef Govrin

Manfred Gerstenfeld, The Abuse of Holocaust Memory: Distortions and Responses

Judith Tydor Baumel-Schwartz

Henrik Arnstad, Skyldig till skuld: En europeisk resa i Nazitysklands skugga (Guilty of Guilt: A European Voyage in the Shadow of Nazi Germany)

Mikael Tossavainen

Denis MacShane, Globalising Hatred: The New Antisemitism

Avi Lehrer

Pierre-André Taguieff, La nouvelle propagande anti-juive, du symbole al-Dura aux rumeurs de Gaza (The New Anti-Jewish Propaganda, from the Al-Dura Symbol to the Rumors of Gaza)

Michelle Mazel

Henrik Bachner, “Judefrågan”: Debatt om antisemitism i 1930-talets Sverige (“The Jewish Question”: A Debate about Anti-Semitism in Sweden in the 1930s)

Mikael Tossavainen

Efraim Karsh, Palestine Betrayed

Asaf Romirowsky

Alex Grobman, The Palestinian Right to Israel

Leslie Wagner

Yehuda Avner, The Prime Ministers: An Intimate Narrative on Israeli Leadership

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Aharon Barak, The Judge in a Democracy

Anne Herzberg

Dore Gold, The Rise of Nuclear Iran: How Tehran Defies the West

Matthias Küntzel

Manfred Gerstenfeld and Steven Bayme, American Jewry’s Comfort Level: Present and Future

Sarah Schmidt

Norman Podhoretz, Why Are Jews Liberals?

Chanah Shapira

Howard M. Weisband on Mission, Meaning, and Money: How the Joint Distribution Committee Became a Fundraising Innovator

Mark I. Rosen

Melanie Phillips, The World Turned Upside Down: The Global Battle over God, Truth, and Power

Rivkah Fishman-Duker

Hugo Logtenberg and Marcel Wiegman, Job Cohen – Burgemeester van Nederland (Job Cohen – Mayor of the Netherlands)

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Malcolm F. Lowe on The Classical Foundations of the American Constitution: Prevailing Wisdom

David J. Bederman

Volume 22, Numbers 1–2 (Spring 2010)

From the Editors

The U.S. Role in Delaying Sino-Israeli Relations: Two’s Company, Three’s a Crowd

Yitzhak Shichor

The Future of Holocaust Studies

Johannes Houwink ten Cate

How the Jewish Community Defeated the Banks and Stock Exchange in the 2000 Dutch Restitution Negotiations

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Real, Imaginary, and Symbolic Roles of Jews in Swiss Society

Simon Erlanger

Antiracism for Anti-Jewish Purposes?: Reflections on the Swedish Mana Affair

Mathan Ravid

Book Reviews

Moshe Rosman, How Jewish Is Jewish History?

Rivkah Fishman-Duker

Eli Lederhendler, Jewish Immigrants and American Capitalism, 1880-1920: From Caste to Class

Sarah Schmidt

Richard Breitman, Barbara McDonald Stewart, and Severin Hochberg (eds.), Refugees and Rescue: The Diaries and Papers of James G. McDonald, 1935-1945

Wolfgang G. Schwanitz

Rafael Medoff, Blowing the Whistle on Genocide: Josiah E. DuBois, Jr. and the Struggle for a U.S. Response to the Holocaust

Yisrael Medad

Keren McGinity, Still Jewish: A History of Women and Intermarriage in America

Chaim I. Waxman

Jeremy I. Pfeffer, “From One End of the Earth to the Other”: The London Bet Din, 1805-1855, and the Jewish Convicts Transported to Australia

Gabriel A. Sivan

Omer Bartov, Erased: Vanishing Traces of Jewish Galicia in Present-Day Ukraine

Laurence Weinbaum

Robert S. Wistrich, A Lethal Obsession: Anti-Semitism from Antiquity to the Global Jihad

Winston Pickett

Eirik Eiglad, The Anti-Jewish Riots in Oslo

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Gerald Steinacher, Nazis auf der Flucht. Wie Kriegsverbrecher über Italien nach Übersee entkamen (Nazis on the Run: How War Criminals Escaped Overseas via Italy)

Wolfgang G. Schwanitz

Dirk Verhofstadt, Pius XII en de vernietiging van de joden (Pius XII and the Destruction of the Jews)

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Gerrit Zalm, De Romantische Boekhouder (The Romantic Bookkeeper)

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Wolfgang G. Schwanitz on Die Deutschen und der Iran. Geschichte und Gegenwart einer verhängnisvollen Freundschaft (The Germans and Iran: The History and Present Status of a Fateful Friendship)

Matthias Küntzel

Gunnar Ekberg, De ska ju ändå dö: tio år i svensk underrättelsetjänst (They’ll Die Anyway: Ten Years in the Swedish Intelligence Service)

Mikael Tossavainen

Volume 21, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 2009)

From the Editors

Benedict XVI, the Lefebvrians, the Jews, and the State of Israel

Sergio Minerbi

The Jewish Community in Germany: Living with Recognition, Anti-Semitism and Symbolic Roles

Susanne Y. Urban

Jews in the Psyche of America

Steven Windmueller

The Field of Canadian Jewish Studies and Its Importance for the Jewish Community of Canada

Ira Robinson

Fifty Years of MASHAV Activity

Aryeh Oded

The Opening of the Haredi Educational System to the Secular and Its Transformation from a Peripheral Factor to a Central Factor in Israeli Society

Eliav Taub

Halachic Challenges Emerging from Stem Cell Research

John D. Loike and Rabbi Moshe Tendler

The Audit in Hebrew Law

Amichai Cohen

Book Reviews

Philip Carl Salzman and Donna Robinson Divine, Postcolonial Theory and the Arab-Israeli Conflict edited

Jospeh Morrison Skelly

Mark Tessler, A History of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; James L. Gelvin, The Israel-Palestine Conflict: One Hundred Years of War

Mordechai Nisan

Melanie Phillips, Londonistan

Toby Greene

Götz Nordbruch, Nazism in Syria and Lebanon. The Ambivalence of the German Option, 1933-1945

Wolfgang G. Schwanitz

Georges Bensoussan, Un nom imperissable. Israel, le sionisme et la destruction des Juifs d’Europe (A name that cannot die: Israel, Zionism and the destruction of the Jews of Europe),

Michelle Mazel

Hannes Heer, Walter Manoschek, Alexander Pollak, and Ruth Wodak, The Discursive Construction of History. Remembering the Wehrmacht’s War of Annihilation edited

Elisabeth Kuebler

Susannah Heschel, The Aryan Jesus: Christian Theologians and the Bible in Nazi Germany

Rivkah Fishman-Duker

Manfred Gerstenfeld, ed., Behind the Humanitarian Mask: The Nordic Countries, Israel and the Jews

Malcolm Lowe

Theodore S. Hamerow, Why We Watched: Europe, America, and The Holocaust

Lawrence Kohn

Patrick Buisson, 1940-1945 : Années érotiques, tome I: Vichy ou les Infortunes de la vertu [1940-1945: Erotic years, vol. 1: Vichy or the misfortunes of virtue],

Michelle Mazel

Simon Kuper, Ajax, Holland vehamilhama [Ajax, Holland, and the war],

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Natan Sharansky, Defending Identity: Its Indispensable Role in Protecting Democracy

Robert P. Barnidge, Jr.

Meir Persoff, Faith against Reason: Religious Reform and the British Chief Rabbinate 1840-1990,

Gabriel A. Sivan

Joshua A. Berman, Created Equal, How the Bible Broke with Ancient Political Thought,

Howard M. Weisband

Volume 21, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 2009)

From the Editors

The Centrality of NGOs in Promoting Anti-Israel Boycotts and Sanctions

Gerald Steinberg

“New” Anti-Semitism in Contemporary German Academia

Yves Pallade

Devising Unified Criteria and Methods of Monitoring Anti-Semitism

Michael Whine

Prejudice and Demonization in the Swedish Middle East Debate During the 2006 Lebanon War

Mathan Ravid

“The Anti-Germans” – The Pro-Israel German Left

Simon Erlanger

Local Jewish Community Studies as Planning Tools for the American Jewish Community

Ira M. Sheskin

The Supreme Court, Jewishness, and Democracy: Suggestions for a More Effective Balance

Julien Bauer

Book Reviews

Volume 20, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 2008)

From the Editors

Policy Implications of the Gender Imbalance among America’s Jews

Sylvia Barack-Fishman and Daniel Parmer

Symbolic and Other Roles of Jews in Dutch Society

Manfred Gerstenfeld

The Enlargement of the Circle of Perpetrators of the Holocaust

Johannes Houwink ten Cate

Secondary Anti-Semitism: From Hard-Core to Soft-Core Denial of the Shoah

Clemens Heni

The Holocaust in Arab Public Discourse: Historicized Politics and Politicized History

Mikael Tossavainen

The University of Toronto – The Institution where Israel Apartheid Week was Born

Avi Weinryb

“Jerusalem: Capital of the Jews”: The Jewish Identity of Jerusalem in Greek and Roman Sources

Rivkah Duker-Fishman

The Hebraic Roots of John Locke’s Doctrine of Charity

Yechiel Leiter

Book Reviews

Volume 20, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 2008)

From the Editors

American Jewry and the State of Israel: How Intense the Bonds of Peoplehood?

Steven Bayme

Four Questions about American Jewish Demography

Ira Sheskin

The Palestinian Refugee Issue: Rhetoric vs. Reality

Sidney Zabludoff

Expanding Holocaust Denial and Legislation Against It

Michael Whine

Representations of the Holocaust in Today’s Germany: Between Justification and Empathy

Susanne Y. Urban

Jewish Displaced Persons in Postwar Italy, 1945-1951

Susanna Kokkonen

Hermann Cohen’s Secular Messianism and Liberal Cosmopolitanism

Rory Schacter

Book Reviews

Volume 19, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 2007)

From the Editors

The Jews as Contested Ground in Postmodern Conspiracy Theory

Richard Landes

The Multiple Distortions of Holocaust Memory

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Canadian Jews and Multiculturalism: Myths and Realities

Michael Brown

The Final Exodus of the Libyan Jews in 1967

Maurice Roumani

A Distant Affinity: The History of Australian-Israeli Relations

Colin Rubenstein and Tzvi Fleischer

Pakistan and Israel

Moshe Yegar

A 1981 Meeting with Prime Minister Indira Gandhi

Isi Leibler

A 1991 Meeting with Prime Minister Narasimha Rao

Isi Leibler

Britain’s Respect Party: The Leftist-Islamist Alliance and Its Attitude toward Israel

Eran Benedek

An Invented Attack Leads to Decreasing Condemnation of Anti-Semitism in France: A Case Study

Yohanan Winogradsky

Book Reviews

Volume 19, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 2007)

From the Editors 

Restitution of Holocaust-Era Assets: Promises and Reality

Sidney Zabludoff

Contemporary Legal Lessons from the Holocaust

Michael J. Bazyler

The Eichmann Trial and American Jewry: A Reassessment

Francoise S. Ouzan

Hiding Jewish Children during World War II: The Psychological Aftermath

Bloeme Evers-Emden

The Jewish Resistance in France during World War II: The Gap between History and Memory

Tsilla Hershco

The Big Lie and the Media War against Israel: From Inversion of the Truth to Inversion of Reality

Joel Fishman

Anti-Israelism and Anti-Semitism: Common Characteristics and Motifs

Manfred Gerstenfeld

The Dönmes: Crypto-Jews under Turkish Rule

Jacob M. Landau

The Voice of Judaism in the Conversation of Mankind: Thoughts on Michael Oakeshott

Alan Mittleman

Daniel J. Elazar: Federalism, Brit, and Implications for Israeli Society

Ben Mollov

Book Reviews

Richard Breitman, Norman J. W. Goda, Timothy Naftali, and Robert Wolfe, U.S. Intelligence and the Nazis

Cecil B. Currey

Michael Wildt, Generation des Unbedingten: Das Führungskorps des Reichsicherheitshauptamtes

Alexander Arndt

Lawrence L. Langer, Using and Abusing the Holocaust

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Jeffrey Herf, The Jewish Enemy: Nazi Propaganda during World War II and the Holocaust

Colin Meade

Elrud Ibsch, Die Shoah erzählt: Zeugnis und Experiment in der Literatur

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Alvin H. Rosenfeld, “‘Progressive’ Jewish Thought and the New Anti-Semitism”

Shalom Freedman

Jean-Claude Milner, Les penchants criminels de l’Europe démocratique

Michelle Mazel

Enzo Campelli, Figli di un dio locale: Giovani e differenze culturali in Italia

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Philippe de Villiers, Les mosquées de Roissy: nouvelles révélations sur l’islamisation en France

Michelle Mazel

Shmuel Bar, Warrant for Terror: The Fatwas of Radical Islam, and the Duty of Jihad

Asaf Romirowsky

Ellen Horowitz, The Oslo Years: A Mother’s Journey

Rivkah Duker Fishman

Alex Grobman, Nations United: How the United Nations Is Undermining Israel and the West

Sarah Schmidt

Henryk M. Broder, Hurra, wir kapitulieren: Von der Lust am Einknicken

Simon Erlanger

Eric Brunet, Etre de droite: Un tabou français

Michelle Mazel

Rory Miller, Ireland and the Palestine Question, 1948-2004

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Timothy P. Weber, On the Road to Armageddon: How Evangelicals Became Israel’s Best Friend

Sarah Schmidt

Daniel Mandel, H. V. Evatt and the Establishment of Israel: The Undercover Zionist

Chanan Reich

Volume 18, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 2006)

From the Editors

Rescue, Expulsion, and Collaboration: Denmark’s Difficulties with Its World War II Past

Vilhjálmur Örn Vilhjálmsson and Bent Blüdnikow

Apologies for Holocaust Behavior and Refusal to Do So: The Dutch Case in an International Context

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Hatred of the Jews as a Psychological Phenomenon in Palestinian Society

Daphne Burdman

Israeli-Ugandan Relations in the Time of Idi Amin

Arye Oded

Malaysia: Anti-Semitism without Jews

Moshe Yegar

Zionism and Australian Jewry before 1948: The Battle for Ideological and Communal Supremacy

Peter Y. Medding

Religious Leadership in Israel’s Religious Zionism: The Case of the Board of Rabbis

Asher Cohen and Aaron Kampinsky

Choosing Religious Court Judges in Israel: A Case Study

Sharon Shenhav

Book Reviews

Volume 18, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 2006)

Teaching Morality in Armed Conflict: The Israel Defense Forces Model (At issue)

Amos Guiora

Pope John Paul II and the Jews: An Evaluation

Sergio Minerbi

Collective Psychological Processes in Anti-Semitism

Avner Falk

A New (or Perhaps Revived) “Uninhibitedness” toward Jews in Germany

Andrei Markovits

The Politics of “Transmigration”: Why Jewish Refugees Had to Leave Switzerland from 1944 to 1954

Simon Erlanger

Deconstructing Memory and History: The Jewish Military Union (ZZW) and the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Laurence Weinbaum and Dariusz Libionka

The Improvement in Israeli-South Korean Relations

Yaacov Cohen

Technology and Jewish Life

Manfred Gerstenfeld and Avraham Wyler

The Columbia University Report on Its Middle Eastern Department’s Problems: A Methodological Paradigm for Obscuring Structural Flaws (At issue)

Noah Liben

Book Reviews

Volume 17, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 2005)

The Forgotten Narrative: Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries

Avi Beker

European Politics: Double Standards toward Israel

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Annals of Israeli-Albanian Contacts on Establishing Diplomatic Relations

Yosef Govrin

Jomo Kenyatta and Israel

Asher Naim

Assessing the American Jewish Institutional Response to Global Anti-Semitism

Steven Windmueller

The New Muslim Anti-Semitism: Exploring Novel Avenues of Hatred

Raphael Israeli

Arab and Muslim Anti-Semitism in Sweden

Mikael Tossavainen

Kill a Jew – Go to Heaven: The Perception of the Jew in Palestinian Society

Itamar Marcus and Barbara Crook

Israel in the Australian Media

Tzvi Fleischer

Barbara Tuchman’s Comments on Israel

Moshe Yegar

Hidden in Plain Sight: Alexis de Tocqueville’s Recognition of the Jewish Origin of the Idea of Equality

Joel Fishman

The Seventh-Century Christian Obsession with the Jews: A Historical Parallel for the Present?

Rivkah Duker Fishman

Book Reviews

Volume 17, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 2005)

The Deep Roots of Anti-Semitism in European Society

Manfred Gerstenfeld

The NGOs, Demolition of Illegal Building in Jerusalem, and International Law

Justus Reid Weiner

Eastern Europe: Anti-Semitism in the Wake of Holocaust-Related Issues

Efraim Zuroff

The International Commission of Holocaust-Era Insurance Claims: Excellent Concept but Inept Implementation

Sidney Zabludoff

National Socialism and Anti-Semitism in the Arab World

Matthias Küntzel

The Passion

Mel Gibson: Enthusiastic Response in the Catholic World, Restrained Criticism by the Jews by Sergio I. Minerbi

Japanese-Israeli Relations, the United States, and Oil

Yaacov Cohen

Indonesia and Israel: A Relationship in Waiting

Greg Barton and Colin Rubenstein

American Jews and Evangelical Christians: Anatomy of a Changing Relationship

Carl Schrag

Jews and Fundamentalism

Samuel C. Heilman

Hazkarah: A Symbolic Day for the Reconstituting of the Jewish-Ethiopian Community

Emanuela Trevisan Semi

Defeating Anti-Israeli and Anti-Semitic Activity on Campus – A Case Study: Rutgers University

Rebecca Leibowitz

Book Reviews

Volume 16, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 2004)

Anti-Semitism Issues

3D Test of Anti-Semitism: Demonization, Double Standard

Natan Sharansky

Foundations of an Israeli Grand Strategy Toward the European Union

Yehezkel Dror

Anti-Zionism and Anti-Semitism

Robert Wistrich

Watching the Pro-Israeli Media Watchers

Manfred Gerstenfeld and Ben Green

Abusing the Legacy of the Holocaust: The Role of NGOs in Exploiting Human Rights to Demonize Israel

Gerald M. Steinberg

International Organizations: Combating Anti-Semitism in Europe

Michael Whine

Confronting Reality: Anti-Semitism in Australia Today

Jeremy Jones

Anti-Semitism in Canada

Manuel Prutschi

Anti-Semitism in Germany Today: Its Roots and Tendencies

Susanne Urban

Iceland, the Jews and Anti-Semitism, 1625-2004

Vilhjálmur Örn Vilhjálmsson

The Persistence of Anti-Semitism on the British Left

Ben Cohen

Suing Hitler’s Willing Business Partners: American Justice and Holocaust Morality

Michael J. Bazyler

A Case Study: Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A.: A Battleground for Israel’s Legitimacy

Joel Fishman

An Analytic Approach to Campus Pro-Israeli Activism Case Study: John Hopkins University

Yonit Golub

Volume 16, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 2004)

Jerusalem: The Ideal City of the Bible

Daniel Elazar

References to Secondary Nations in Prophetic and Poetic Biblical Literature

Amichai Nachshon

The Age-Old Iberian Rivalry and the Jews

Norman Berdichevsky

Between a Jewish and an Israeli Foreign Policy: Israel- Argentina Relations and the Issue of Jewish Disappeared Persons and Detainees under the Military Junta, 1976-1983

Yitzchak Mualem

Are Some Religions More Conflict-prone than Others?

Jonathan Fox

The Churches and the Battle against Anti-Semitism

David Rosen

Review Essay: What’s “New” – and what’s not – about the New Antisemitism?

Jerome A. Chanes

Volume 15, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 2003)

Anti-Semitism Issues

Analyzing the Wave

Simon Epstein

The Academic Boycott Against Israel

Manfred Gerstenfeld

With a Clenched Fist and an Outstretched Arm: Antisemitism, Globalization, and the NGO Challenge in the International Arena

Shimon Samuels

Naive Spanish Judeophobia

Gustavo D. Perednik

Neo Anti-Semitism in Today’s Italy

Sergio I. Minerbi

Anti-Semitic Trends in Post-Communist Eastern European States – An Overview

Yosef Govrin

Anti-Semitism after the Holocaust – Also in Denmark

Arthur Arnheim

Volume 15, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 2003)

Torah is their Trade

David J. Schnall

Was the Jewish Labor Bund in Czarist Russia a “National Movement”?

Joshua Zimmerman

Zionism and Its Critiques

Emmanuel Navon

Individual and Society, Nationalism and Universalism in the Religious-Zionist Thought of Rabbi Moshe Avigdor Amiel and Rabbi Ben-Zion Meir Hai Uziel

Moshe Hellinger

Jewish and Contemporary Origins of Israeli Hasbara

Ron Schleifer

The Sacrifice of the Sons: Framing a Media Pseudo-Event

Mira Moshe and Ruth Amir

Is Jerusalem Being “Judaized”?

Justus Reid Weiner

Volume 14, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 2002)

Post-Holocaust Issues

Europe’s Bias: From the Holocaust’s Aftermath to Today’s Anti-Semitism Part I

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Europe’s Bias: From the Holocaust’s Aftermath to Today’s Anti-Semitism Parti II

Manfred Gerstenfeld

The Jews in Plans for Post-War Germany

David Bankier

Ernst Nolte and the Memory of the Shoah

Sergio I. Minerbi

Sweden’s Refusal to Prosecute Nazi War Criminals: 1986-2002

Efraim Zuroff

Emotional Wounds that Never Heal

Nathan Durst

Penitence and Prejudice: The Roman Catholic Church and Jedwabne

Laurence Weinbaum

Historians Receiving Gifts and the Historiography of the Holocaust

Robert Kaplan

Volume 14, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 2002)

Jewish Politics and Community-Building in the Former Soviet Union

Institutionalization of the Post-Communist Jewish Movement: Organizational Structures, Ruling Elites, and Political Conflicts

Vladimir (Ze’ev) Khanin

Organized National Life of Russian Jews in the Late Soviet and Post-Soviet Era: A View from Moscow

Eugene Satanovsky

The Phoenix Revisited – The Jewish Community of Russia Since Perestroika: A View from Jerusalem

Theodore H. Friedgut

Welfare Policy and Social Security in Post-Communist Jewish Communities: The Case of Ukraine

Yosef Zissels

Spiritual Potential of the Communal Revival: Yiddish Culture and Post-Soviet Jewry

Velvl Chernin

Principles of Teaching Hebrew and Jewish Subjects to Russian Speakers in the FSU and Israel

Michael Yedavitsky

Volume 13, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 2001)

Hora’at Sha’ah: The Emergency Principle in Jewish Law and a Contemporary Application

Alan Yuter

Religion and Public Life in the Thought of Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik

Yoel Finkelman

Continuity and Change in the Constitutional Experience of German Jewry

Alan Mittleman

Jewish Defense in Libya

Rachel Simon

Citizen Rights in Flux: The Influence of American Immigrants to Israel on Modes of Political Activism

Avi Kay

“The War of the Torah”: The Israeli Religious Peace Movements’ Struggle for Legitimation

Gerald Cromer

The Jews of Steamboat Springs

Daniel J. Elazar

Volume 13, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 2001)

Jewish Environmental Studies: A New Field

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Defending Democracy and Civil Rights: Jerusalem’s Academic Community in the Era of State-Building

Alek D. Epstein

“In Amsterdam I Created the Idea of a Jewish State…”: Spinoza and National Jewish Identity (in Hebrew)

Eliezer Schweid

Jerusalem in History and International Diplomacy

Dore Gold

Civilizational, Religious, and National Explanations for Ethnic Rebellion in the Post-Cold War Middle East

Jonathan Fox

Russian Policy Toward the Middle East under Yeltsin and Putin from 1991 to 2000

Robert O. Freedman

Volume 12, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 2000)

Jewish Approaches to Conflict Resolution

Conflict Prevention and Mediation in the Jewish Tradition

Gerald M. Steinberg

Is Compromise Possible in Matters Between Man and God?

Yuval Cherlow

Avoiding Intervention as a Model for De-Facto Religious Compromise

Daniel Tropper

Lessons from Inter-Communal Conflict During the Second Temple Period

Joshua Schwartz

The Role of Non-Jewish Authorities in Resolving Conflicts within Jewish Communities in the Early Modern Period

Moshe Rosman

The Controversy over Rabbi Ephraim Laniado’s Inheritance of the Rabbinate in Aleppo

Yaron Harel

The “Hamburg System” – A Tolerant Application to a Troublesome Resolution

Miriam Gillis-Carlebach

Reconciling Power and Equality in International Organizations: A Voting Method from Rabbi Krochmal of Kremsier

Barry O’Neill and Bezalel Peleg

Cross-Cultural Issues in Community Mediation: Perspectives for Israel

Allan Edward Barsky

Bar-Ilan Street: The Conflict and How We Tried to Solve It

Zvi Zameret

Living with Normative Duality: The Values at the End of the Tunnel

Yedidia Z. Stern

Volume 12, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 2000)

A Jewish “March of Dimes”? Organization Theory and the Future of Jewish Community Relations Councils

Mordecai Lee

The Politics of American Jews: Cohesion, Division, and Representation at the Institutional Level

Laurence Kotler-Berkowitz and Lawrence Sternberg

Jewish War Claims in The Netherlands: A Case Study

Manfred Gerstenfeld

The Holocaust and the Rise of Israel: A Reassessment Reassessed

Abraham J. Edelheit

The Jewish Experience as an Influence on Hans J. Morgenthau’s Realism

M. Ben Mollov

The Policies and Attitudes of Labor and Non-Labor Governments in Australia Regarding the Establishment of a Jewish State: 1932-1949

Chanan Reich

The Constitutional Documents of New Zealand Jewry

Stephen Levine

The State of Jewish Political Studies: Where We Are, What We Have Achieved, and What We Have Neglected – After Thirty Years

Daniel J. Elazar

Volume 11, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 1999)

Religion in the Public Square: Jews among the Nations

Religion in the Public Square: Jews Among the Nations

Daniel J. Elazar

Neo-Paganism in the Public Square and Its Relevance to Judaism

Manfred Gerstenfeld

The Emergent Morality

Robert Licht

Jewish NGOs, Human Rights, and Public Advocacy: A Comparative Inquiry

Irwin Cotler

Good Fences Do Not Necessarily Make Good Neighbors: Jews and Judaism in Canada’s Schools and Universities

Michael Brown

Transnational Religion, Religious Schools, and the Dilemma of Public Funding for Jewish Education: The Case of Ontario

Stuart Schoenfeld

Islamic Fundamentalism in the Public Square

Raphael Israeli

Defining Limits on Religious Expression in Public Institutions: The Turkish Dilemma

George E. Gruen

Volume 11, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 1999)

Religion in the Public Square: Within the Jewish People

Reexamining the Issue of Religion in the Public Square

Daniel J. Elazar

Identities, Pluralism, and Israel-Diaspora Relations: A Pragmatic Perspective on the Jewish Public Square

Manfred Gerstenfeld

How Do the Issues in the Conversion Controversy Relate to Israel?

Daniel J. Elazar

Virtual Reality Comes to Canadian Jewry: The Case of the Canadian Jewish Congress Plenary

Ira Robinson

Judaism and Organized Jewish Movements in the USSR/CIS after World War II: The Ukrainian Case

Vladimir Khanin

The Political Role of the Israeli Chief Rabbinate in the Temple Mount Question

Yoel Cohen

Can Orthodoxy Share the Public Square?

Menachem Kellner

Volume 10, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 1998)

Halakhah and Mishpat HaMelukhah

The Historic and Contemporary Relationships between Halakhah and Mishpat HaMelukhah,

Daniel J. Elazar

Concurrent Jurisdictions in Jewish Law,

Aharon Kirschenbaum

Regulations (Takanot) Concerning the Public and the Individual in the Talmud,

Shalom Albeck

The Authority of the Court versus the Authority of the King,

Itamar Warhaftig

The Duty to Obey the King’s Command When It Contradicts Halakhah,

Eliav Shochetman

When the Law of the Kingdom is Not Law,

Shmuel Shilo

Maimonides on the Renewal of Semikha: Some Historical Perspective,

Gerald Blidstein

Jewish Tort Law Remedies Not Based on Torah Law – An Approach Based on the Ran and the Rivash,

Steven Friedell

Mishpat HaMelukhah and the Jewish Political Tradition in the Thought of R. Shimon Federbush,

Alan Mittleman

Who is an Israeli?: Halakhah and Citizenship in the Jewish State,

Martin Edelman

Volume 10, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 1998)


the Sea: The Jewish Chautauqua Society in Atlantic City, 1897-1907 – Peggy K. Pearlstein

The Socio-Economic Patterns of Iraqi Jewry in the Twentieth Century

Moshe Gat

The Regeneration of French Jewry: The Influx and Integration of North African Jewry into France, 1955-1965

Michael M. Laskier

A Rabbinical Revolution? Religion, Power and Politics in the Contemporary Ukrainian Jewish Movement

Vladimir Khanin

Power and Spirituality in the Thought of Hans J. Morgenthau

M. Ben Mollov

Walls and Boundaries in Rabbinic-Biblical Foreign Policy: A Psychological Analysis

Kalman J. Kaplan and Matthew B. Schwartz

Volume 9, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 1997)

John Locke and the Bible, Leo Strauss as Jew and Philosopher

Notes for Reading the Bible with John Locke

George Gross

The Theology of Toleration: A Reading of Locke’s The Reasonableness of Christianity

Richard Sherlock

An Inquiry into the Foundations of Law: J. Locke’s Natural Right in the Biblical Scholarship of J. Wellhausen and C.E.B. Cranfield

Terence Kleven

Kenneth Hart Green’s Jew and Philosopher: The Return to Maimonides in the Jewish Thought of Leo Strauss

Martin D. Yaffe

Kenneth Hart Green’s Jew and Philosopher: The Return to Maimonides in the Jewish Thought of Leo Strauss

Michael Wyschogrod

Kenneth Hart Green’s Jew and Philosopher: The Return to Maimonides in the Jewish Thought of Leo Strauss

Laurence Berns

Response to Three Comments on Jew and Philosopher

Kenneth Hart Green

Volume 9, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 1997)

Zionism at 100

Bernhard Felsenthal: The Zionization of a Radical Reform Rabbi

Leon Jick

This is Only the Fact, But We Have the Idea: Solomon Schechter’s Path to Zionism

David B. Starr

The Unknown Essays of Vladimir Jabotinsky (Research Note)

Louis Gordon

The Jewish Farmers in Belarus During the 1920s

Leonid Smilovitsky

Shlichim from Palestine in Libya

Rachel Simon

Changing Concepts of Movement Democracy: The Case of the Israeli Labor Movement

Nathan Yanai

Jewish-Israeli Identity among Israel’s Future Teachers

Yair Auron

Volume 8, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 1996)

The Constitutional Documents of Modern and Contemporary Jewish Communities

The Constitutional Documents of the Italian Jewish Community

Yaakov A. Lattes

The Foundation Documents of the Jewish Community Council (Vaad Ha’Ir) of Montreal

Ira Robinson

The Jewish Polity on Long Island – In Search of Continuity

Nitza Druyan

The Development of Vaad HaHinuch (Argentina) as Reflected in its Bylaws (1935-1943)

Efraim Zadoff

Constitutional Documents of Two Sephardic Communities in Latin America (Argentina and Cuba)

Margalit Bejarano

Constitutional Documents of the Kehila Ashkenazi in Mexico

Alicia Gojman de Backal

South African Jewry: An Analysis of Constitutional Documents

Abigail Weidenbaum

Volume 8, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 1996)

Judaism and Modernity

Religion and Modernity in Our Day

Eliezer Schweid

Halakhah – The Governing Norm

Gerald J. Blidstein

American Modernity and the Jews

Robert A. Licht

Positivist Rhetoric and Its Functions in Haredi Orthodoxy

Alan J. Yuter

Halakhic Interpretation from a Constitutional Perspective

Daniel J. Elazar

Volume 7, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 1995)

The Federation Movement at 100

The Federation Movement in Three Contexts: American Jewry, the Jewish Political Tradition, and Modernity

Daniel J. Elazar

The Federations Step Forward

Daniel J. Elazar

Examining a Non-Centralized Religoethnic Community

Daniel J. Elazar

The CJF and the Jewish Agency: An Historical Overview

Ernest Stock

The American Jewish Polity

Daniel J. Elazar

The Impact of Changing Issues on Federations and Their Structures

Gerald Bubis

Transcending the Progressive Solution

Daniel J. Elazar

Volume 7, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 1995)

Spinoza and the Bible

Spinoza and the Bible

Daniel J. Elazar

Reading the Bible with Spinoza

George Gross

The Use and Abuse of the Bible in Spinoza’s Tractatus Theologico-Politicus

Harvey Shulman

The Histories and Successes of the Hebrews: The Demise of the Biblical Polity in Spinoza’s Theologico-Political Treatise

Martin Yaffe

Power, Politics and Religion in Spinoza’s Political Thought

Douglas J. Den Uyl

On the Unity of Spinoza’s Tractatus Theologico-Politicus

Paul J. Bagley

Volume 6, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 1994)

Zionism: Some Recurring Questions

The Jerusalem Jewish Community, Ottoman Authorities, and Arab Population in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century: A Chapter of Local History

Jacob Barnai

Waste Land with Promise: Chaim Nachman Bialik’s America

Michael Brown

Some German Jewish Orthodox Attitudes Toward the Land of Israel and the Zionist Movement

Alan Mittleman

The Social, Cultural and Political Impact of Zionism in Libya (Research Note)

Rachel Simon

Religious Values and Political Expediency – Australia and the Question of Jerusalem: 1947-1950

Chanan Reich

Jews, Israelis and Citizens – National Identity and Patterns of Political Involvement among Israeli Adolescents

Hanna Adoni and Uri Adoni

Volume 6, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 1994)

Max Weber’s Conception of Covenant in Ancient Judaism, with Reference to the Book of Judges

Alan Mittleman

John Selden and the Biblical Origins of the Modern International Political System

Abraham Berkowitz

Politics and Perfection: Gersonides vs. Maimonides

Menachem Kellner

The Third Charter of the Jewish Merchants of Venice, 1611: A Case Study in Complex Multifaceted Negotiations

Benjamin Ravid

Jewish Responses to the Nazi Threat, 1933-1939: An Evaluation

Abraham J. Edelheit

An Anthropological and Postmodern Critique of Jewish Feminist Theory

Maurie Sacks

Volume 5, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 1993)

The Sephardic Political Experience

Toward a Political History of the Sephardic Diaspora

Daniel J. Elazar

The Contribution of Spanish Jewry to the World of Jewish Law

Menachem Elon

Isaac Abravanel and Aristotle’s Politics: A Drama of Errors

Avraham Melamed

Communal Organization of the Jews of Tripolitania During the Late Ottoman Period

Harvey E. Goldberg

The Sephardi Diaspora in Cochin, India

Nathan Katz and Ellen S. Goldberg

The Organizational Framework of the Jewish Communities in Italy

Yaakov Andrea Lattes

The Jewish Community of Spain

Diana Ayton-Shenker

The Integration of Ashkenazi and Sephardi Jews in Venezuela through the Decision-Making Process in the Educational System

Lily Blank

Volume 5, Numbers 1 & 2 (Spring 5753/1993)

Communal Democracy and Liberal Democracy in the Jewish Political Tradition

Communal Democracy and Liberal Democracy in the Jewish Political Tradition

Daniel J. Elazar

The Attitude Towards Democracy in Medieval Jewish Philosophy

Avraham Melamed

Democracy and Judaism: The Question of Equality

Martin Sicker

From Private Rights to Public Good: The Communitarian Critique of Liberalism in Judaic Perspective

Alan Mittleman

Communal Democracy, Modernity, and the Jewish Political Tradition

Robert A. Licht

Volume 4, Number 2 (Nos. 3-4) (Fall 5753/1992)

Thomas Hobbes Confronts the Bible

Hobbes Confronts Scripture

Daniel J. Elazar

A Critique of Hobbes’s Critique of Biblical and Natural Religion in Leviathan

Thomas L. Pangle

King David and Uriah the Hittite in the Political Thought of Thomas Hobbes

Thomas S. Schrock

The Idea of the Messiah in the Theology of Thomas Hobbes

Robert P. Kraynak

The Idea of Christianity in Hobbes’s Leviathan

Timothy Fuller

Volume 4, Number 1 (Nos.1-2) (Spring 5752/1992)

Deuteronomy as Israel’s Ancient Constitution: Some Preliminary Reflections

Daniel J. Elazar

In the Shadow of the Mountain: Consent and Coercion at Sinai

Gerald J. Blidstein

Louis Marshall, the Jewish Vote, and the Republican Party

David G. Dalin

Authority and Legitimacy in Jewish Leadership: The Case of Lucien Wolf (1857-1930)

Mark Levene

Medieval Rationalism or Mystic Philosophy? Reflections on the Correspondence between Leo Strauss and Eric Voegelin

Ellis Sandoz

Volume 3, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 5752/1991)

Obligations and Rights in the Jewish Political Tradition

Obligations and Rights in the Jewish Political Tradition: Some Preliminary Observations

Daniel J. Elazar

The Political and the Sacred: Political Obligation and the Book of Deuteronomy

Harvey Shulman

The Right to Belief in Jewish Philosophy

Norbert M. Samuelson

Individual and Community: Rights and Obligations as Reflected in Two Nineteenth Century Responsa

Ira Robinson

Haredi Conceptions of Obligations and Rights: Polish Jewry, c.1900-1939

Gershon C. Bacon

Two Orthodox Jewish Theories of Rights: Sol Roth and Isaac Breuer

Alan Mittleman

Is There a Practical Way to Bridge the Gap Between Traditional Jewish and Modern Expectations of Rights and Obligations?

Daniel J. Elazar

Volume 3, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 5751/1991)

Land, State and Diaspora in the History of the Jewish Polity

Daniel J. Elazar

The Jewish Experience of Oppression as Portrayed in the Old Testament: Leadership and Survival Strategies

Shirley Castelnuovo

The Bible and Intra-Jewish Politics: Early Rabbinic Portraits of King David

Stuart A. Cohen

Rabbinic Views on Kingship – A Study in Jewish Sovereignty: A Precis

David Polish

Ben-Gurion and Jewish Foreign Policy

Giora Goldberg

The Changing Character of American Jewish Leadership: Some Policy Implications

Jonathan Woocher

The Jewish Community of Cuba: Between Continuity and Extinction

Margalit Bejarano

The Mizrachi Entrance into the WZO Educational Enterprise in the Diaspora

Henry F. Skirball

Volume 2, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 5751/1990)

Israel as a Jewish State

Israel as a Jewish State

Daniel J. Elazar

Jewish Political Traditions and Contemporary Israeli Politics

Alan Dowty

Does Israel Have a Liberal-Democratic Tradition?

Benyamin Neuberger

The Jewish State and the Jewish People: Israeli Intellectual Thought from the Six-Day War to the 1980s

Yosef Gorny

The Origins of the National and the Statist Traditions in Zionist Foreign Policy

Shmuel Sandler

Jews, Jewishness, and Israel’s Foreign Policy

Efraim Inbar

Volume 2, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 5750/1990)

Jethro’s Advice in Medieval and Early Modern Jewish and Christian Political Thought

Avraham Melamed

“Ideal” and “Real” in Classical Jewish Political Theory

Gerald J. Blidstein

Zionist Voluntarism in the Political Struggle: 1939-1948

Yosef Gorny

The Relationship between the Jewish Political Tradition and the Jewish Civil Religion in the United States

Deborah Dash Moore

Jews and Ukrainians in Canada: A Comparative Study of Diaspora-Homeland Relations

Morton Weinfeld and Harold Troper

The Impact of Denomination: Differences in the Israel-Related Opinions of American Rabbis and Jewish Communal Workers

Steven M. Cohen and Gerald B. Bubis

American Jews and Non-Jews: Comparative Opinions on the Palestinian Uprising

Eytan Gilboa

Succession to Public Office in Rabbinic Law

Stuart A. Cohen

Volume 1, Numbers 3-4 (Fall 5750/1989)

Jewish Political Studies in the University

Studying and Teaching Jewish Political Studies in the University

Daniel J. Elazar

Bible and Pedagogy in the Teaching of Western Civilization

Harvey Shulman

Political Philosophy and the Jewish Political Tradition: Can They be Integrated?

Harold M. Waller

The Study and Teaching of Jewish Political Materials in Courses on Political Philosophy

Morton Frisch

Israel’s Democracy and Comparative Politics

Benyamin Neuberger

Comparative Politics and the Jewish Political Experience

Zvi Gitelman

The Jewish Dimension in Teaching International Relations

Efraim Inbar

Teaching the Jewish Political Tradition to the Jewish Civil Service

Jonathan S. Woocher

A Framework and Model for Studying and Teaching the Jewish Political Tradition

Daniel J. Elazar and Stuart A. Cohen

Volume 1, Numbers 1-2 (Spring 5749/1989)

The Themes of the Jewish Political Studies Review

Daniel J. Elazar

The Jewish People and the Kingdom of Heaven: A Study of Jewish Theocracy

Ella Belfer

Keter as a Jewish Political Symbol: Origins and Implications

Stuart A. Cohen

The Language of Jewish Political Discourse

Gordon M. Freeman

Interpretation of Genesis

Leo Strauss

The Book of Joshua as a Political Classic

Daniel J. Elazar

Ben-Gurion’s Concept of Mamlahtiut and the Forming Reality of the State of Israel

Nathan Yanai