Editorials

The Squad Unveiled

It is not unusual for bystanders to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict to make pronouncements

New Partners in NATO

For decades, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization seemed like a relic of the Cold War era.

Collective Punishment for Looking Jewish

We struggle to contain our indignation.

Political Self-preservation

When first formed a short 11 months ago, the Bennett-Lapid coalition had 61 members.

A Breach at the Supreme Court

Much has been said about last week’s unprecedented Supreme Curt leak.

Russia’s Blood Libel

Like the rest of the Western world, Israel wants to support Ukraine.

Elon Musk’s Twitter

No, Elon Musk is not a Jew.

Spotlight on Infertility

Developed countries are experiencing decreasing fertility rates and aging populations.

Preserving an Ancient Diaspora Community

Egypt is considered one of the oldest Jewish communities in the world

Israel at 74

Yom Ha’atzmaut, which begins at sunset on May 4, invites us to look at Israel through a long lens.