This coming Friday, August 6, we’ll be joined on our weekly Zoom call by The Atlantic’s Adam Serwer, author of the bestselling new book, Cruelty is the…
Dear Subscribers, This Friday, July 30, our guest will be Foreign Policy magazine deputy editor Sasha Polakow-Suransky, author of the 2011 book, The Un…
I share a lot in common with Sasha Polakow-Suransky, who will be our guest on this Friday’s Zoom call, at 11:30 ET (a little earlier than usual). He’s …
Dear Subscribers, This Friday, July 23, our guests at Noon ET will be the writers Sam Bahour and Bernard Avishai, who co-authored a New York Times essa…
This is an abbreviated newsletter, composed of odds and ends. For our Zoom call for paid subscribers this Friday at Noon ET, we’ll be joined by two ter…
Dear Subscribers, This Friday, July 16, our guest at Noon ET, will be Joshua Cohen, author of the acclaimed new novel, The Netanyahus. Here’s the glowi…
I’m still digesting everything that Omar Barghouti, the most prominent BDS leader in the world, said in our interview last Friday. Regardless of your v…
Dear Subscribers, This Friday, July 9, is the 16th anniversary of the founding of the movement to Boycott, Divest from, and Sanction, Israel. Our guest…
On our Zoom call this Friday, we have a special guest: Omar Barghouti, co-founder of the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement. I’ll ask him ab…
Dear Subscribers, There’s been some confusion because I told callers last Friday that this Friday we would discuss the Israel-South Africa relationship…
Dear Subscribers, In the wake of the Palestinian Authority’s apparent murder of a prominent critic, Nizar Banat, we’ll be joined on our call this Frida…
Before addressing the topic above, I want to announce a change of plans. As I told folks on our Friday call, I was planning to interview Sasha Polakow-…