Yoram Hazony's new book provides a welcome defense of Herzl's sophisticated understanding of Zionism and its relevance today.
Yoram Hazony's latest book distorts Herzl's ideas to provide cover for the author's exclusivist nationalism.
A conversation with artist Rutu Modan about her 2020 graphic novel 'Tunnels', storytelling in comics, and the relationship between truth and ideology.
A new novel about Benjamin Netanyahu's father's time in America fails to live up to the delicious promise of its source material.
How cinematic depictions of the Mossad spy became a reflection of shifting attitudes towards the State of Israel.
An interview with trailblazing Israeli feminist Elana Sztokman about her journey away from Orthodoxy.
The Syrian Civil War threw the country, as well as the entire region, into chaos and bloodshed. A new book attempts to sift through its tumultuous legacy.
A new reissue of Batya Gur's oeuvre offers a welcome opportunity to revisit the founding mother of Israeli detective fiction.
While corona's impact on physical wellbeing is common knowledge, less has been written about its devastating impact on interpersonal relationships.
Three recent novels shed light on unexplored aspects of literary representations of Palestinian trauma.
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.
Why are Arabs moving to largely Jewish cities, and how are they being received?
A review of two books on the plight, experiences, and emotions of Holocaust refugees.