Cuomo’s anti-BDS executive action mirrors those of the states that refused to do business with North Carolina because of its transgender discrimination.
Alan Dershowitz is a law professor at Harvard and author of The Case For Peace and The Trials of Zion.
Those who sold heroin to Philip Seymour Hoffman are morally culpable for his death. But they shouldn’t be legally culpable.
Pundits are ranting about it, but what we really need is a discussion about privacy versus security.
Alan M. Dershowitz argues that critics of Israeli "pinkwashing" are just anti-Semites.
Divestment actions, boycotts, and blacklists aimed at chilling the exercise of a constitutional right can create a dangerous precedent, writes Alan Dershowitz.
Alan Dershowitz responds to Elisheva Goldberg on why the Rabbis of a New York synagogue should not be supporting Palestinians at the U.N.
There are important legal lessons in the wreckage of The People v. DSK.
Bob Guccione was a nice guy who did things that some people thought were not nice, says Alan Dershowitz, who defended Penthouse against charges of obscenity in the Bible Belt.