How Israel went from being a world leader in solar energy to playing catch-up with the rest of the world.
A selection of English translations of work by the poet Yael Statman.
How the rise in global TV networks sent a Palestinian-Israeli actress to international stardom.
Why do the Dutch political parties have so much to say about the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?
The closed ward at Geha hospital, one of Israel's most renowned psychiatric hospitals, is a microcosm of Israeli society.
A new documentary tells only part of the story of Rebbe Nahman's journey to the heart of mainstream Israeli culture.
A response to Haim Watzman's 'The NeverEnding Stories' from the Winter 2020 issue.
Throughout Israel’s history, the question 'what do Israelis think' has evolved a great deal, not least because the question 'who are the Israelis' has changed dramatically over time.
Two recent books assess the successes and failures of Yasser Arafat and Mahmoud Abbas.
Why are so many contemporary Israeli novels excruciatingly overlong?
Three new books make a persuasive case for reevaluating age-old historiographical conventions in the study of late Ottoman Palestine.
A comprehensive survey of Israeli-Armenian relations in the shadow of the latest Nagorno-Karabakh War.
Reflections on Amos Oz's final lecture and his relationship with Germany.
Why are Arabs moving to largely Jewish cities, and how are they being received?
A critique of how current discourses understand the reality of the Americas and the Middle East.
A review of two books on the plight, experiences, and emotions of Holocaust refugees.