Academic Tom Segev gives a no-holds-barred view into Israel’s hallowed founder.
Among the current leaders of prominent American Jewish or Zionist nonprofit organizations, there are 10 who have held the same position for 30 or more years.
While Ben-Gurion’s belief that the Diaspora would disappear is undermined by existence of millions of Jews in countries outside Israel, Rawidowicz’s argument has suffered over the past six decades.
Inspiration from our first prime minister as we head off – yet again – to choose our next.
On November 29, 1947, the UN General Assembly approved the partition plan for Mandatory Palestine. People danced in the streets of Jerusalem and across the country.
Aliyah Day (November 5) triggers personal reflections on the blessings of living in Israel
Book review: When unremarkable is remarkable
For the past 90 years, The Jewish Agency has advocated for the security, freedom and connectivity of world Jewry.
Ross and Makovsky use their insider view of negotiations to argue for taking risks for peace.
Alliances should be sought as long as they enhance national power, and avoided once they replace it.