Jonathan Neumann

Why Israel needs its new nation-state law

It is no surprise that Jeremy Corbyn opposes the new statute defining the Jewish State. He and his extremist allies don’t accept Israel at all

Mounting Outrage

A recent resolution passed by Unesco denies the Jewish significance of the Temple Mount

Overrated: Shami Chakrabarti

The human rights lawyer recently elevated to the Lords is no Lady Justice

From Zion To Darfur

Can tikkun olam save the world?

The Israel Boycotters Who Threaten Us All

The BDS movement is the latest phase in the history of anti-Jewish prejudice but the backlash against its pernicious influence has begun

The Global Politics Of Netanyahu’s Victory

There was more to his controversial statement about Arab votes than Netanyahu's critics cared to acknowledge

From Underdog to Scapegoat

Joshua Muravchik's two recent books are about defending democracy in the one place in the Middle East where it thrives

1948 and All That

Three new books on the Israel-Palestine conflict

God, Hayek and the Conceit of Reason

The economist knew the survival of civilisation rested on belief but couldn't make the leap of faith

Obama’s Middle East? It’s déjà vu all over again

The President's policy on the Arab Spring echoes Jimmy Carter's reluctance to use force during the Iranian hostage crisis of 1979-80

Underrated: Abroad

The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”

The king of cakes

"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"