To the Editor: This report from Cuba on the crumbling of another Eden is not prompted by any desire to sound the alarm—cui bono? Consider it...

Politics—Foreign and Domestic In the Spring of 1946, it became clear that the United States at last had a foreign policy that was definite in at...

Upon my return from Palestine in 1912, I summed up my views in an article “Summa Summarum.” When I then met violent criticism from various...

Bucharest My Interview with Father Constantin Burducea Minister of Religion, was very gratifying. He looked most venerable, a proper shepherd of the varied Rumanian cults, in his...

The Dilemma The historical fact upon which hung the Jewish interest as well as every other specific interest in the world was the sharpening conflict between...

Rehovot Is there any hope of establishing a pattern of government and of living in Palestine on which a peaceful existence can be based? During all of...

A new political phenomenon burst upon the scene of Middle Eastern politics just about one year ago—the Arab League. Disparaged as a tool of the...

To the Editor: “Will Nuremberg Serve Justice?” by Milton R. Konvitz in the January COMMENTARY is an amazing revelation of how far legal minds can remove...

To the Editor: It is certainly no understatement to say that the Morgan case has in no way contributed to the enhancement of the effect of...

To the Editor: Mr. Lipkowitz seems to think that the Nuremberg trial is taking place so that we may in the future have law-enforcement machinery with...

The Infiltrees As the first winter of liberation settled into the bones of Europe’s millions, the struggle for simple survival was not yet over. The position of...

London The joint Anglo-American commission which is to report on the Jewish problem in Europe and Palestine has to deal with the most complex subject on...