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If, like most people, you don’t follow the world of political and literary intellectual ideas closely, then you missed it. Three years ago, a debate between two conservative writers turned … more
The decision of an American president to visit the Middle East has always been seen primarily through the lens of its impact on efforts to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. That is not the … more
For a lot of people, the phrase “cancel culture” is still a theoretical concept. They know it refers to people being punished in various ways for saying things others don’t want … more
As a Pew Research Institute study recently revealed, the overwhelming majority of Americans have little or no idea what the debate about the BDS movement is about. With 84 percent of … more
It turns out that most Americans have no idea what the controversy over the anti-Semitic BDS movement is about. That was one of the main takeaways from a new Pew Research Institute … more
The following is adapted from the keynote speech delivered by JNS Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Tobin at a gala celebrating the 40th anniversary of CAMERA — the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East … more
It was in 1896 that Theodor Herzl published his groundbreaking book, The Jewish State, which launched the modern Zionist movement. Though his project was, as he noted in his book, “very … more
Eight decades after the Nazi attempt to murder all of European Jewry, the ranks of the survivors have thinned to the point where we know that it won’t be long before we will be holding such … more
Most of the international media interpreted this week’s reelection of Hungarian Prime Minster Viktor Orbán as a loss for democracy, an unfortunate triumph for an authoritarian who … more
It turns out that The Atlantic magazine did a better job explaining the problem of disinformation than even those planning its recent conference on the subject held at the University of Chicago … more
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