Gershom Gorenberg calls for a “necessary revolution” in Israel: the separation of state and religion for the good of both, especially when it comes to marriage and divorce.
Is Netanyahu's third-term bungling a cover for secret stratagems—or is he just a remarkably incompetent manager? Gershom Gorenberg on why we shouldn't attribute too much cunning to those in power.
The Israeli leadership's commitment to the settlements is so strong that they'll throw away support from E.U. on the very things that make Israel thrive, writes Gershom Gorenberg.
Gershom Gorenberg on the Israeli right's fuzzy math.
Gershom Gorenberg says there's only one good candidate for Israeli chief rabbi, even if none of the 150 electors will make this choice: No one.
Even if the Israelis who take issue with Palestinian census numbers are right, their argument for continuing to rule the West Bank just doesn't add up, writes Gershom Gorenberg.