Israel’s One-State Reality Is Sowing Chaos in American Politics

by Joshua Leifer For decades, the two-state solution has been the central pillar of the bipartisan pro-Israel consensus in Washington. Since the signing of the Oslo Accords, every single U.S. administration has been committed, at least nominally, to the establishment… Continue Reading  

What’s Happening in Kashmir Looks a Lot Like Israel’s Rule Over Palestine

by Abdulla Moaswes The last few weeks have seen a sharp escalation in tensions in the Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir, ever since Prime Minister Narendra Modi revoked the territory’s long-standing autonomy, putting it on lockdown and plunging the region into chaos.… Continue Reading  

IAEA Chief’s Death Could Spell the End of the Iran Nuclear Deal

by Shemuel Meir The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the multilateral agreement that restricts Iran’s nuclear program and prevents it from developing nuclear weapons, has reached a critical juncture. In the midst of the crisis surrounding the future of… Continue Reading  

Distorting the Definition of Antisemitism to Shield Israel from All Criticism

by Amos Goldberg and Raz Segal There is a growing tendency among both Jews and non-Jews to label those with whom they have profound political differences, especially on the subject of Israel-Palestine, as antisemitic. The accusation is a severe one:… Continue Reading  

How ‘Cultural Racism’ Helps Israelis Rationalize Inequality, Discrimination

by Rachel Shenhav-Goldberg It has been 35 years since Ethiopians immigrated to Israel, after leaving their strong, close-knit diaspora communities where they kept Jewish tradition alive all those years. And yet, almost four decades later, this community is still fighting… Continue Reading