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President Donald Trump thought the 70th anniversary celebration of the founding of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) held last week was going to be a political triumph that would help … more
In international conflicts, history is more of a weapon than a field of study. That’s why the history of Palestinian Arab refugees is so well-known. Far less understood is the story of … more
In the early 1960s, the conservative movement faced a crisis and its intellectual leader responded appropriately. William F. Buckley, the founder of National Review, the nation’s leading … more
The atmosphere on North American college campuses today is one in which anything that can be labeled, fairly or unfairly, hate speech or which might make virtually any group feel … more
Germany marked the 81st anniversary of Kristallnacht, “The Night of Broken Glass,” last weekend. The nationwide Nazi pogrom against that country’s Jewish community took place on Nov. 9-10, … more
The story of Sandy Koufax choosing not to pitch on Yom Kippur is one of the great narrative tales of modern American Jewish life. Depression-era slugger Hank Greenberg was also a role model for … more
Was only eight years ago that supporters of Israel were trembling at the possibility that support for the Jewish state would soon be washed away by a “diplomatic tsunami” that would … more
Forgive your political foes? Can they forgive you? As the year 5780 begins, political division is the predominant theme in both Israel and the United States. In Israel, two attempts to … more
For those who are determined to restore the Women’s March to a central place in the politics of the “resistance” to President Donald Trump, last week brought both good news and … more
Its critics have accused Israel of a lot of terrible things over the course of its 71 years, but the New York Times has now added one more to the list that will particularly resonate with … more
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