• Israel's Relations with the East European States

    Israel's Relations with the East European States


    From Disruption (1967) to Resumption (1989-91)

    Govrin, Yosef

    In the years 1989-1991, Israel renewed its diplomatic relations with the USSR, Bulgaria, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Poland, and Czechoslovakia - relations which were severed subsequent to the Six Day War. Diplomatic relations with Albania were established for the first time. Talks with East Germany came...

  • Jewish Organizations' Response to Communism and to Senator McCarthy

    Jewish Organizations' Response to Communism and to Senator McCarthy

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    Weingarten, Aviva

    In February 1950, Senator Joseph McCarthy launched an anti-communist that lasted for more than four years. His attempts to unmask communists in the American administration and governmental agencies gave rise to actions that infringed on democratic procedure and civil liberties. As the Cold War grew, fear of communism at...

  • Jewish Parliamentarians

    Jewish Parliamentarians

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    Janner, Lord Greville; Taylor, Derek

    July 2008 marks the 150th anniversary of the passing of the Oath Act which enabled Jews to become members of parliament without taking the Oath of Allegiance on the true faith of a Christian. Lionel de Rothschild was the first to be allowed to swear on...

  • Jews and Europe in the Twenty-First Century

    Jews and Europe in the Twenty-First Century

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    Thinking Jewish

    Cesarani, David; Lambert, Nick

    Edited by: Cesarani, David

    Jews and Europe in the Twenty-First Century is a collection of interviews with more than ninety prominent Jewish intellectuals, politicians, writers and scientists from across Western Europe. Nick Lambert?s penetrating interviews and analyses reveal their thoughts, fears and hopes for the future. Deep...

  • Levi Eshkol

    Levi Eshkol


    From Pioneering Operator to Tragic Hero - A Doer

    Aronson, Shlomo

    Including research from newly opened domestic and foreign archives, this book provides an original description and analysis of a crucial period in Israel's history and the history of the Middle East through the lens of the charming, lesser known,...

  • Mandate



    The Palestine Crucible, 1919-1939
    Turnberg, Leslie 

    (A)n astonishing feat of scholarship and analysis that sits at the nexus of history, foreign policy and most importantly, a timely assessment of where Britain is heading based on the prison and prism of the past. It is impossible to read this book and...

  • Netanyahu’s Israel

    Netanyahu’s Israel


    Rise of the Far Right

    Confino, Jotam

    Benjamin Netanyahu became prime minister in the aftermath of one of Israel’s biggest tragedies, the assassination of Yizhak Rabin, and will likely end his career as prime minister responsible for the biggest scandal in the nation’s history; October 7th 2023.
    This book takes the...

  • Palestinians between Nationalism and Islam

    Palestinians between Nationalism and Islam


    Israeli, Raphael

    This collection of mostly already-published articles illustrates the tension over the years between nascent Palestinian nationalism as articulated by the PLO and Islam as incorporated by Hamas. The latter's victory in the 2006 elections makes the matter all the more pertinent. Contents include: Introduction: Palestinian Affairs in World Perspective...

  • Photographs of Childhood and Parenting on Kibbutz

    Photographs of Childhood and Parenting on Kibbutz


    Collective Memories and Private Memorials
    Barromi-Perlman, Edna

    What is it that we wish to see in our photo albums? Reality as it was, or a selected, upgraded version of our past? Can we control the memories we pass on? These are some of the thought-provoking questions that Edna Barromi-Perlman raises...

  • Public Administration in Transition

    Public Administration in Transition


    Essays in Honor of Gerald E Caiden

    Edited by: Argyriades, Demetrios; Dwivedi, O.P.; Jabbra, Joseph

    Global developments over the past half-century have transformed public administration and brought it to maturity as an autonomous discipline at the intersection of many important fields of study. The trends and challenges which confront this discipline are...