Podcast: Martin Kramer on Ben-Gurion, Borders, and the Vote That Made IsraelApril 12, 2018 | By: Martin Kramer
Press play below to listen to the podcast, download it in the iTunes Store, or stream it via Stitcher. Chapter 1: Truce, Independence, and the Vote That Never Happened Chapter 2: Ben-Gurion’s Principle on Borders Chapter 3: Ben-Gurion in ’48 and ’67 Chapter 4: Truth and History On May 12, 1948, just three days before the end of […]Read More
The American InterestJuly 6, 2016 | By: Martin Kramer
Over the last decade, as the United States has reconsidered its role in the world and its place in the Middle East, academics and ideologues alike have turned their attention to America’s relationship with Israel and the power of an “Israel lobby.” Many American Christians and Jews are eager for a closer alliance between the […]Read More
The Return of IslamJune 10, 2016 | By: Martin Kramer
In Mosaic this month, Martin Kramer honors Bernard Lewis’s centennial by explaining the enduring significance of Lewis’s legendary 1976 essay, “The Return of Islam.” The assumption in those days was that secularization was irresistible, that Arab nationalism was here to stay, and that, as a result, Islam meant less and less to the political lives of Muslims. Lewis challenged […]Read More
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