Will the Arab states choose the path of war in Palestine—or will they move toward a settlement? There is hardly a question of international politics...

In this article Hal Lehrman once again offers a prognosis of American and British policy in regard to Palestine, drawing upon the same high sources...

Aubrey S. Eban, the representative of the Israeli government at the UN, has won respect in all quarters for his intellectual ability, the cogency and...

According to the sages, if a man’s wife did not wish to accompany him on the pilgrimage to Jerusalem it was sufficient grounds for divorce—so...

Now that the primary aim of American Zionism—the creation of a Jewish state in Palestine—has been achieved, it is generally recognized that we enter a...

Will Palestine’s anxious weeks of truce lead to a lasting political settlement or will they prove to be only a short wait between two periods...

In times when month-by-month events give little comfort to the hopes of men in general, and perhaps of Jews in particular, it is the task...

For centuries the personality type which Jewish teaching held up as an ideal was that of the life-long student (and practitioner) of the Torah, Israel’s...

On May 15 Britain ended its twenty-five-year mandate over Palestine in an atmosphere of bitterness and mutual recrimination. The Empire had “washed its hands” of...

When President Truman recognized the new state of Israel, observers of American policy on Palestine—as well as American delegates to the United Nations—had reason to...

In times when the month-by-month march of events is of such a character as to give little comfort to the hopes of men in general,...

Less than six months after the Assembly’s recommendation looking to the declaration of a Jewish state in Palestine on May 15, the Jewish homeland stands...