The much-discussed article in the July/August Atlantic magazine begins with a story that likely will be familiar to any working mother. The author, Anne-Marie Slaughter, is at an evening work event talking to very important, very professional people, and all that’s really on her...
Punishing Bennett won’t bring peace
A cartoonist’s tribute to his father
In U.S. relations with Israel, context is key
A Moses named Christian and a Pharaoh named Turturro
Alan Gross, ‘normalization’ of U.S.-Cuba relations and the American spy flying under the radar
Moving and shaking: StandWithUs, Chanukah in Los Angeles and Rabbi Yoshi Zweiback
Join globetrotter Bruce Feiler on a journey through Jerusalem
A Jewish artist whose work is at heart of Our Lady Cathedral
Tag: Orthodox Jewry
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Writing in Commentary Magazine, Sohrab Ahmari explains how the lessons of Iraq can help the international community prepare for Iran post regime change.
The most difficult challenge faced in post-invasion Iraq will also exist under any post-collapse scenario in...
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This occasional feature is just a way for me to respond to what other people write about my work.
1. Sara Wildman interviewed me in an article about the leftie webzine +972. My quote is accurate, the article is predictably sympathetic to the webzine (The Nation and +972 are both to...
December 14, 2000 | 7:00 pm