Aaron David Miller shares his thoughts on the hostage situation, Hamas, Gaza, the West Bank, Hezbollah, Lebanon, Syria, Iran, regional and international ramifications, and where he thinks this war is headed in the coming weeks.
Now facing 23 federal charges, the New York Representative has made no indication he’ll resign, nor has he been keeping a low profile.
Danger on Israel’s Northern Border: An Interview with Hanin Ghaddar About Hezbollah and the Failed State of Lebanon
A look at the evolution of Hezbollah inside Lebanon’s fractured political system and Iran’s growing influence throughout the Middle East.
The Israel-Hamas War Through the Eyes of an Israeli Writer with Fania Oz Salzberger and Amy E. Schwartz
Historian and Moment columnist Fania Oz-Salzberger, coauthor of the book Jews and Words with her father Amos Oz, talks about how she and other Israelis are coping with the dramatic upheavals of the past two weeks, her personal experience, her hopes and fears for Israel, and how she processes what she is experiencing and decides what to share in her writing.
No country could be expected to forgo retaliation for attacks on innocent citizens in its own territory. But what are the long-term goals?
Join Merrifield Papp, author of the memoir Public/Private: My Life with Joe Papp at The Public Theater, and longtime friends Mandy Patinkin and Kathryn Grody for a conversation about “how The Public Theater became a transformative beacon for social change and of the couple who created it,” and the Yiddishkeit that bonded Papp, Patinkin and Grody.
Though rockets have fallen in Palestinian neighborhoods on the outskirts of Jerusalem, public shelters are nearly nonexistent in East Jerusalem.
“What has helped me is to see the spirit of the Israeli people. It’s amazing to see the citizens who work together, who leave the arguments they may have had before and stand with you.”