Benjamin Netanyahu was known for strengthening ties between Israel and Africa. Will Israel's new government follow the former prime minister's lead? Grad fellow Francis Abugbilla explains the situation.
Graduate fellow Francis Abugbilla explains how Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's push to reconnect with African nations is shifting Israel's status on the continent.
Using Jewish history to combat anti-Muslim discrimination in the Netherlands: Rabbi Lody van de Kamp
Dutch Orthodox rabbi Lody van de Kamp believes that building bridges with other marginalized groups is essential in opposing white supremacy. Faculty member Nicolaas P. Barr explains.
The number of farmers in Israel is shrinking dramatically, and government policies are hurting, not helping, writes graduate fellow Hayim Katsman.
At a time when it's needed most, dissent from state departments is less heard than ever by strongman governments, writes graduate fellow Berkay Gülen. What should diplomats do?
In an era of presidential Twitter wars and son-in-law envoys, traditional diplomacy may be less valued, but it's no less valuable for Israel and other countries, writes grad fellow Berkay Gülen.
Israeli academics are feeling constrained by both old and new policies around higher education, writes Graduate Fellow Hayim Katsman.
VIDEO | Gary Shteyngart discusses his new novel and “the new dystopia” of America in the 2018 Stroum Lectures
Author Gary Shteyngart shares tales from the world of hedge fund management and Trump's America that informed his new novel "Lake Success."