Abortion in Israel: Relatively Easy to Get, Hard to Discuss
The discourse over abortion differs dramatically between the United States and Israel, where the procedure is legal and barely a political issue.
Telling Stories of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Two first-time novelists write dual narratives about the impact that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has on ordinary lives.
Finding a Political Path Together as Fellow Israelis
The two, fellows at the Shalom Hartman Institute who revel in their deep debates about Israeli identity and the country’s future, have been in an ongoing dialogue for…
In ‘The Branch,’ Stories of Jewish-Arab Friendships
Journalist Dina Kraft reflects on her reporting for 'The Branch,' a podcast featuring inspirational stories of friendship and collaboration between Jews and Arabs in Israel.
Israeli Pool Robots and Other Kibbutz Success Stories
The over 20 multinational corporations on kibbutzim today have allowed those collectives to hold on to their socialist spirit.