Beit Shemesh never sleeps.
The Feminists of Zion
August 04, 2013
The women who are helping to shape Israel’s future.
Real life, revisited
August 02, 2013
Our Nixon is the title of a documentary presented by CNN and some non-political friends, which—again with an implying title—seems set to give us the inside scoop on Nixon’s career.
Three Signs Hamas Is Losing Its Grip on Gaza
July 31, 2013
A serial loss of regional allies, serious financial difficulties, internal squabbling, and inability to build up its military capabilities have all weakened Hamas, leaving it vulnerable to potential unrest in Gaza.
The four issues that will determine an Israeli-Palestinian deal.
Benjamin Netanyahu Hopes to Sell Peace. Here's How.
July 24, 2013
In 1956, Israel’s famed general Moshe Dayan gave a eulogy about a young kibbutznik who was killed in a border attack by Arabs, saying that Israelis needed to get used to the idea that life in the Mideast meant remaining forever on guard.
A Socialist Woman Could Dethrone Netanyahu
July 24, 2013
Four ways Shelly Yacimovich could become Israel's next prime minister.
Seven Reasons There's Hope for Israeli-Palestinian Peace
July 21, 2013
John Kerry faced nearly universal skepticism when he set out to get Israelis and Palestinians back to the negotiating table after five years of shuttle diplomacy.
The U.S. Makes Israel Play the Bad Cop With Syria
July 15, 2013
Throughout last week, rumors percolated that an explosion in Latakia, Syria, was the handiwork of the Israel Defense Force. Then, over the weekend, U.S.
Israel’s New Ambassador Is Not a Republican—In Name Only
July 09, 2013
An Associated Press tweet Tuesday morning read, “Israel appoints a former GOP activist as its ambassador to Washington.” That sentence is at once technically accurate; not a little misleading; and, on a deeper level, inadvertently revealing of how ma