On the politics of fertility in the Middle East.
On the Newsstand:Israel
If Israeli movers and shakers are willing to learn from the Canaanite movement, they can move beyond the paradigm of “fortress Israel”.
How the conventional wisdom of U.S.-Israeli relations is being turned on its head
Don't write off the fall of Bibi just yet—the next few weeks are an open book in the aftermath of Israel's political surprise.
The recent prospect of a diplomatic breakthrough between the United States and Iran has provided new hope for a solution.
India's rising economic power has not yet translated into a bold foreign policy, but the time has come for New Delhi to lead.
The U.N recently voted to upgrade Palestine's status as a state, but will it change anything?
Americans who support Palestinian self-determination must get less squeamish about nonviolent resistance.
America's funding of Israeli military coffers has the unintended effect of driving Iranian nuclear ambitions.
Israeli army service is as much about building a cohesive identity as it is about national defense.
The standoff over Iran's nuclear program has exposed the flawed dynamics of the U.S.-Israel relationship.
Israel is growing more religious, threatening its very cultural foundations.