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.
Why do the Dutch political parties have so much to say about the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?
A comprehensive survey of Israeli-Armenian relations in the shadow of the latest Nagorno-Karabakh War.
An analysis of two books on the place of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in French discourse and society.
David Shulman between South Hebron and South India.
Brazil's Middle East Policy from Collor to Bolonsaro.
An excerpt from a new book examining some of the lesser-known Jewish communities around the world.
Showcasing his exceptional talent for blurring the boundary between fact and fiction, Philip Roth's Operation Shylock and The Plot Against America offer a unique reflection on Israel and the Jewish-American situation.
From its genesis, Zionism sought the favor of Western powers and was virtually uninterested in Asian nations. Three new books look at the exceptions that confirm the rule.