Bibi: The Turbulent Life & Times of Netanyahu

“The problem with Israel,” Tony Judt wrote in the New York Review of Books in 2003, “is not – as is sometimes suggested – that it is a European ‘enclave’ in the Arab world; but rather that it arrived too late. It has imported a characteristically late-19th-century separatist project into a world that has moved on, a world […]

Going Professor

When Amy Bishop was hired by the University of Alabama in Huntsville seven years ago, she appeared to have everything going for her: she was young, Har­vard-trained, passionate about her field, a mother of four. But there were many things that her new col­leagues didn’t know. They didn’t know her adviser at Harvard had forced […]