Belt, Road, and Risk

Belt, Road, and Risk

Dan Blumenthal

When Prime Minister Netanyahu visited the White House in 2019, President Trump was said to have put the same point more bluntly: Washington’s security will be compromised if Jerusalem and Beijing grow too close.

The Professor and the Con Man

The Professor and the Con Man

Matti Friedman

The saga of the papyrus that became famous as the Gospel of Jesus’s Wife began with an email sent to Karen King, a distinguished Harvard professor, in July 2010. The subject line read, simply, “Coptic gnostic gospels in my collection.”

Waltham Intellectuals

Waltham Intellectuals

Allan Arkush

Stephen Whitfield’s group portrait of a large number of men and women of the Left who taught and studied at Brandeis from its inception at the end of the 1940s to the present is as attentive to the personalities of his subjects as it is to their ideas.

Family Secrets

Family Secrets

Diane Cole

“We beam with pleasure. We are in a place where our name is known. For both of us, this is astonishing. An absolute first.”