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“Asian-Americans, we simply aspire to see a story from our community, told from our perspective, period. But I think it’s that Disney princess element that any viewer can key into.
By ADAM MILSTEIN
Misinformation matters because media outlets have great power. They shape the way we understand the world and, ultimately, drive our behavior.
By BARUCH TENEMBAUM
Ever since that meeting we, felt that Annan had become a source of inspiration to us. He was always ready to help, willing to know about our activities and eager to give some good advice.
By ISI LEIBLER
Lauder currently supports 62 projects in 16 European countries, contributing to a resurrection of Jewish life throughout the region. But above all, he is a passionate lover of Israel.
By AMY SPIRO
No. 1 on the list went to Jewish actress Scarlett Johansson, who made an estimated $40.5m. in the past 12 months, mostly due to her role as Black Widow in the Avengers film series.
By HANNAH BROWN
‘The Meg’ is the latest sharksploitation flick
By JPOST EDITORIAL
When we hear today about Israel abandoning its democratic traditions or criticism about issues it should all be seen through the lens of Avnery’s critiques of the 1960s.
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"I suffered from vile antisemitism – both verbal and physical – as a pupil in England in the 1970s. The dialogue gets passed down through the generations."
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Since Kollek left city hall in 1993, no secular, center-left candidate has had any chance of being elected as mayor in Jerusalem (when he won, Olmert was a Likudnik).
By MARTIN OLINER
Does Lauder believe that the administration of the late Yitzhak Rabin, which amended Basic Law: Human Dignity and Freedom without adding the magic word also tarnished Israel’s equality?
By AKIVA HERZFELD
Annan was appointed secretary-general in January 1997 and was reelected in 2001. During this time he carried out a major reform within the UN.
By HALIE SOIFER
The Jewish community is demanding political change because the agenda of Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress is fundamentally out of sync with our values.
By ILAN GAL-DOR
Recently, there’s been a virtual explosion of TV programs and series highlighting the haredi sector.
By LEON MOSS
There was a time when a new bridge was a big deal and often ended up being built by overseas contractors. Then came our highways and with them, bridges.
By TULY WEISZ
A much larger voting bloc is picking up the pieces and standing in Israel’s corner: Evangelical Christians.
By HILLEL FRISCH
In retrospect, it was a winning streak, with every round securing greater deterrence.
By ANDREW ALBUM
The most important issue to address is that either a hard Brexit or a Labour government could trigger a sharp fall in the value of sterling.
By EZRA FRIEDMAN
This isn’t anything new or even that significant, as the first round of sanctions pales in comparison to the upcoming second round, which are set to be enforced in the beginning of November.
By JOSHUA S. BLOCK
The president is correct when he says that the nuclear deal “threw a lifeline of cash to a murderous dictatorship that has continued to spread bloodshed, violence and chaos.”
Those trying to meddle in the selection process should stay out. There is a country that needs to be run and a military that needs to protect it.
By YAAKOV KATZ
Stopping someone like Beinart or Kopolow doesn’t make Israel safer. It does the opposite. It undermines our state’s democratic character and potentially makes it more dangerous.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
Beinart is a major supporter of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel. This mere fact renders Beinart’s protestations of Zionism disingenuous, to put it mildly.
By EFRAIM ZUROFF
The obvious explanation is “interests.” On March 29, 2018, the Defense Ministry announced that Croatia had agreed to buy 12 Barak jets and to make those planes the mainstay of its air force.
By ERIC R. MANDEL
Turkish-American relations are at an all-time low
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