In April 2013, a little-known academic group called the Association for Asian American Studies approved a resolution to boycott Israeli universities, on the grounds that...

Ariel Sharon often seemed bluff and simple, and he would play that role: In discussions with his kitchen cabinet down at his ranch (they called...

Hillel, the world’s largest campus organization for Jewish students, has become embroiled in a row over its guidelines for debate and discussion about Israel. It...

To the Editor: Lahav Harkov’s essay on Israel’s Jewish character is important and timely [“Making the Jewish State a ‘Jewish State,’” October 2013]. But why didn’t...

Ariel Sharon often seemed bluff and simple, and he would play that role: in discussions with his kitchen cabinet down at his ranch (they called...

My Promised Land:The Triumph and Tragedy of IsraelBy Ari ShavitSpiegel & Grau, 464 pages Ari Shavit’s new portrait of Israel neither demonizes nor whitewashes the country,...

To the Editor: As a relatively recent oleh and a long-standing admirer of Ruth R. Wisse, I found myself in agreement with her perception of the...

Like Dreamers: The Story of the Israeli Paratroopers Who Reunited Jerusalem and Divided a NationBy Yossi Klein HaleviHarper, 608 pages When the 18th World Zionist Congress met...

Cancelled and current passports show that I have been in Israel 40 times since 1992, on visits lasting from several days to several months. In...

For all the controversy about Israel’s status as a “Jewish state,” the country’s own legal framework establishing it as such is surprisingly tenuous. Israel, unlike...

To the Editor: Joshua Muravchik’s essay on Haaretz reminded me of a political panel I attended at the Herzliya Interdisciplinary Center some years ago [“Trashing Israel...

In an interview with Haaretz shortly before finishing his term as Israel’s ambassador in Washington, Michael Oren said he had been devoting considerable effort to...