What is the secret of the enduring success of Benjamin Netanyahu, soon to be Israel's longest-serving prime minister?
An interview with Jessica Cohen, who was awarded, together with David Grossman, the 2017 Man Booker International Prize for her translation of his book "A Horse Walks into a Bar."
Israel's transition into a global economy is a textbook example of how a country can practice globalization without subscribing to any of its stated values.
An exclusive excerpt from the English translation of Assaf Gavron's forthcoming novel.
Through the personal experiences of Mariwan, a Kurdish adolescent, Kae Bahar tells the story of the Kurdish nation's struggle for independence.
An interview with Jaffa poet Ayat Abu Shmeiss
Around the world today we find several ways of belonging, of which full conversion is one option. Entire communities see themselves as Jewish without being formally recognized as such.
In memoriam of the stellar Mizrahi writer who rejected identity politics
Dr. Efy Halperin, an Israeli infectious disease specialist, spent several months volunteering in rural Uganda.
Yirmi Pinkus reconstructs a 1980s Tel Aviv Ashkenazi enclave that is replete with charming vignettes but detached from the realities it aspires to hark back to.