On April 2, an Israeli court convicted a member of the Palestinian security forces of the murder of 25-year-old Asher Palmer and his one-year-old son,...

To the Editor:  Stephen Daisley puts matters colorfully and clearly in his essay, “Israel, the Will and Promise” [December 2012]. But a couple of his conclusions,...

Presidents are rarely thwarted in their nominations for major cabinet posts. Thus, the 58–41 vote that confirmed Chuck Hagel as secretary of defense on February...

To the Editor: Michael Moynihan argues convincingly in “False Friends” [November 2012] that fascists in Europe must not be allowed to get away with what he...

Israel: The Will to PrevailBy Danny DanonPalgrave Macmillan, 240 pages The Promise of Israel:Why Its Seemingly Greatest Weakness Is Actually Its Greatest StrengthBy Daniel GordisWiley, 256...

On a miserably rainy day in March 1948, 10,000 Jewish Communists and their supporters marched from 7th Avenue and 29th Street to Union Square in...

Throughout the greater Middle East, opposition to the concept and existence of a Jewish state is an idée fixe for hundreds of millions of Arab...

To the Editor: In his review of Peter Beinart’s The Crisis of Zionism, Sol Stern seems to have missed entirely the most important part of the...

To the Editor: I wish I could agree more fully with Lazar Berman and Uri Sadot, as many of the parallels they adduce seem accurate [“Israel and...

On March 28, State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland got into a testy exchange with Associated Press reporter Matt Lee over her refusal to say that...

The Crisis of ZionismBy Peter Beinart Times Books, 276 pages At the heart of The Crisis of Zionism, the new book by Peter Beinart, is a simple...

The relationship between the Untied States and Israel is fracturing. The president and his administration are pressuring the Jewish state to make painful concessions in...