Ever since what Hillel Halkin calls my “bloc” lost Israeli elections, I have tried various therapies to manage my disappointment—and fear. I visited Susya, the ancient town near Hebron, examining…
Hillel Halkin's article about the future of Israel and Zionism has sparked a tremendous debate. We have curated some of the most interesting and engaging responses.
Natan Sharansky and Gil Troy, coauthors of Never Alone: Prison, Politics, and My People, join JRB for a conversation about how Sharansky's years in Soviet prisons prepared him for a very public life.
Gil Troy and Allan Arkush on Troy’s new book, The Zionist Ideas.
You know a review has turned mean-spirited when you’re indicted for crimes you quite carefully didn’t commit.