A new three-volume boxed set of all of Primo Levi’s works, most of them in new translations and some appearing in English for the first time, offers a reappraisal of the author known mainly for his Holocaust memoirs.
Thane Rosenbaum, a novelist, essayist and professor at NYU School of Law, is the director of the Forum on Law, Culture & Society and the author, most recently, of “Payback: The Case for Revenge.”
Unoccupied for nearly a decade, why do Gaza’s people know little else aside from explosives and martyrdom?
For Americans and Europeans, there’s no room for sympathy for Israeli children when Palestinian suffering is regarded as the human rights abuse du jour.
Fewer Jews in the U.S. Congress than at any time since 1979, a president uninterested in cultivating 'Court Jews' - all signs that a big realignment in U.S. Jewish political life may be starting.
The truth matters: Why the Palestinian president’s belated pushback against the Holocaust denial rampant in the Arab and Muslim world should be welcomed by Israel, and how it can reciprocate.
The Kansas City shootings should prompt Jews to add a fifth question to the Haggadah.