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Aug 20, 2023

Yossi Klein Halevi, Matti Friedman, Daniel Gordis

Why world Jewry should support Israel, but not its current government, and ways to do so.

Jul 31, 2023

Donniel Hartman, Andrew Silow-Carroll

When Israel’s parliament passed the first plank in a series of reform proposals meant to curb the power of Israel’s judiciary, it set off alarms among Israel’s supporters abroad.

Jul 28, 2023

Understanding Israel’s moment of truth – from the war on Start-up Nation, to the moral crisis in Orthodox Jewry, to the author’s personal failure of empathy for political opponents

Jun 21, 2023

At stake is nothing less than the meaning of Israel as a Jewish and democratic state and the power of its state institutions to preserve human rights and minority rights.

Nov 22, 2022

Donniel Hartman, David Koffman

Donniel Hartman and David Koffman discuss how Israel navigates dual and sometimes competing commitments.

Aug 26, 2022

Bad law and bad lawyering have become a problem for our country.

Feb 16, 2021

Yehuda Kurtzer, Ross Douthat

A conversation about how increased religious and political partisanship has affected interfaith conversations, with Yehuda Kurtzer and Ross Douthat

Nov 20, 2020

The brutal binary of elections is that they demand a simple result: someone has to win and someone has to lose.

Apr 26, 2018

Being the majority and having Jewish sovereignty are new experiences for Jews, even after 70 years of having a state.

Apr 24, 2018

The ultimate tragedy would be if, after finally being seen for all our multi-colored beauty, we settled in the land and chose to enslave ourselves by uniformity of identity under the black and white banner of one leader.

Apr 24, 2018

It is imperative to restore issues of respect for religious diversity to a common public agenda for the long-term benefit of the growing diversity of Israeli society.

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The End of Policy Substance in Israel Politics