A new peace initiative proposing two states – Palestine & Israel – with no borders separating them. What are the chances this actually works?
A high school principal chose to separate the girls from the boys in advanced math classes, in hope that it’ll boost girls’ achievements. Is it a good idea?
Do most Israelis think that the whole world is against us? If so, how does that belief affect our politics?
A study found that the benefit of ending the conflict would be $123 billion for Israel. Does knowing how much it costs bring us any closer to ending it?
When Cleveland Cavaliers coach, American-Israeli David Blatt, coached in Israel, we couldn’t have been meaner to the guy.
We discuss two recent trials of IDF soldiers. Has the army started to enforce the ideological agenda of the new government?
We discuss the brouhaha over a Palestinian proposal to expel Israel from the international football association, FIFA.
We discuss the documentary, “Herzog,” which led journalists and politicians to pile onto Labor Party leader Isaac Herzog.
On the 15th anniversary of Israel’s unilateral withdrawal from southern Lebanon, we ask what imprint the occupation and withdrawal left on today’s world.
We discuss the tragedy of a government bureaucrat who, accused on Facebook, shot himself. Is the power of social network rage something we need to tamp?