To the Editor: Lazar Berman demonstrated the art of book reviewing [“The Unmaking of Gershom Gorenberg,” November 2011] by laying out a whole page of the...

Israel: An IntroductionBy Barry RubinYale University Press, 336 pages On the occasion of Israel’s 50th anniversary, the British historian Paul Johnson wrote in COMMENTARY that among...

Kibbutz Sasa sits one mile from Israel’s Lebanese border. Founded in 1949, it is the site of the tomb of the second-century rabbi Levi ben...

Does it matter that a private conversation between French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Barack Obama in October turned into a Two-Minute Hate directed not at...

The Unmaking of IsraelBy Gershom GorenbergHarper, 336 pages The central question in the debate over Israel’s future is this: Can it remain both Jewish and democratic?...

A New Voice for Israel: Fighting for the Survival of the Jewish NationBy Jeremy Ben-AmiPalgrave Macmillan, 256 pages When the self-dubbed “pro-Israel, pro-peace” lobby group J...

As they observed the massive economic protests that convulsed Israel this summer, Americans and Europeans had reason to wonder why Israelis would have cause to...

After an unimpressive filibuster by members of the centrist Kadima party and the left-wing Labor and Meretz parties on the evening of July 10, Israel’s parliament...

To the Editor: In “Can Israel Survive This Presidency?” Jonathan S. Tobin points out: “Since 1967, Israel has continued to say no” to American administrations [July?/?August]....

To the Editor: There is an inherent contradiction in smear attacks like Noah Pollak’s tirade against B’Tselem [“The B’Tselem Witch Trials,” May]. On the one hand,...

When Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu boarded a plane home in late May, the cheers of an adoring United States Congress were still echoing in...

The Israeli politician Avigdor Lieberman recently found a novel way to highlight the causes for the enthusiasm he generates and the hostility he provokes. In...