United Nations The meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York in the fall of 1946 was the most revealing international gathering...

Koestler’s Fellow-Travelers and their Politics If some of my best friends are right, and the big thing right now is to show that the Jew is...

There’s a curfew in Jerusalem. It has been in force for nearly three weeks, and there is no indication that it will end soon. It...

Status of the Struggle In the struggle between totalitarianism and democracy, there were significant developments on both sides. And the struggle within the forces of democracy,...

Jews of The Ice Age Thieves In The Night. by Arthur Koestler. New York, Macmillan, 1946. 357 pp. $2.75. Taken as a piece of analytical reporting on Palestine and...

Rehovot After the adjournment until December of the Palestine Conference in London, representatives of the Jewish Agency entered into “unofficial” discussions with members of the British...

Right and Left in Palestine The Story of The Jewish Legion. by Vladimir Jabotinsky. New York, Bernard Ackerman, 1945. 191 pp. $3.00. An Answer to Ernest Bevin. by Vladimir Jabotinsky. New...

The association of the two concepts statehood and smallness contains a fundamental absurdity. Where there is smallness—literal and physical—there can be no true statehood. Some...

Fog on the Potomac In the fall of 1946 it became evident that the executive branch of the United States government was in a state of...

Despite the Paris Peace Conference and the German question, that main issue of the postwar world still looming unsettled in the background, the British public...

To the Editor: I enclose a copy of my letter of resignation [from the Executive of the Jewish Agency] to Dr. Weizmann of December 24, last....

To the Editor: “Back to Eighty-Sixth Street,” by Aaron M. Frankel, sounds a warning that Jewish followers of a racial ideology should heed, right here in...