Israel

The BDS Campaign’s Unpopular Front

The Israeli boycott movement is a disaster comparable to the American CP of the 1930s.

By Eric Alterman

When Trump Went to Israel

Despite Trump’s autocratic, strongman airs, his recent Middle East trip was also marked by a strange sense of weakness on the part of his Administration.

By Noam Sheizaf

How to Build the Resistance

What can American progressives learn from the struggles of the Israeli left?

By Dahlia Scheindlin Matthew Duss

On Israel, a New Consensus

The Democrats' platform changes on Israel-Palestine, while far from perfect, are evidence of significant progress.

By Jeremy Ben-Ami

The Campus War over Israel

As the movement in academia to boycott and sanction Israel grows more virulent, it threatens to infect mainstream politics, too.

By David Greenberg