Mosaic takes an energetic, committed, and serious approach to Jewish ideas. Each month, Mosaic features a long-form essay on an issue or theme of pressing significance for Jews, Judaism, or the Jewish state. To enrich discussion of each essay, invited experts deliver responses to the author, followed by the author’s reply at the end of the month.
Named after the ancient water spring of Jerusalem—known for its slow and steady clear water—Hashiloach will offer the Hebrew reader a bi-monthly collection of long-form quality essays on different policy issues, from economics to strategy and society, along with philosophic accounts of modern culture, Judaism, and Zionism. Led by a dynamic Israeli team, Hashiloach presents the Israeli readers a unique type of discussion and fresh ideas for the Jewish state.
Standing at a crossroads between isolation and integration in Israeli society, Tzarich Iyun seeks to bring to light the best of Haredi writing, and provide a platform for real discussion of key issues for this community. It presents a true innovation in the Israeli Haredi community, where high quality writing on Haredi ideology and policy is all too rare.
From 1996 to 2012, the Shalem Center published a quarterly journal called Azure: Ideas for the Jewish Nation. Azure provided readers with a forum for serious, in-depth discussion on such subjects such as philosophy, culture, history, economics, politics, and law. Published in both English and Hebrew editions, Azure enabled thinkers from around the world and across the ideological spectrum to exchange ideas and information, and to shape a common—Jewish and Zionist—agenda. The Tikvah Fund was a significant donor to the Shalem Center in support of this publication.