AMNON CAVARI is a lecturer at the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy, IDC Herzliya. His recent publications include: “Religious Beliefs, Elite Polarization, and Public Opinion on Foreign Policy: The Partisan Gap in American Public Opinion toward Israel,” International Journal of Public Opinion Research 25.1 (2013); “Six Decades of Public Affection: Trends in American Public Attitudes toward Israel,” in The US and Israel; Six Decades of Relations, ed. Robert O. Freedman (Boulder, CO, 2012).
LOUISE FISHER is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Haifa in the Department of Land of Israel Studies. She is a senior editor at the Israel State Archives on the Documents on the Foreign Policy of Israel series and has edited volumes on Chaim Weizmann and Moshe Sharett. She is author of “Reaching Beyond the Sealed Wall: Moshe Sharett and the Fate of European Jewry during the Holocaust,” in When Disaster Comes from Afar: Leading Personalities in the Land of Israel Confront Nazism and the Holocaust, 1933–1948, ed. Dina Porat (Jerusalem, 2009) [Hebrew].
SARA YAEL HIRSCHHORN is Research Lecturer in Israel Studies in the Faculty of Oriental Studies and the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies at the University of Oxford. She is author of City on a Hilltop: American Jews and the Israeli Settler Movement Since 1967 (Cambridge, MA, forthcoming).
MENACHEM KLEIN is Professor in the Department of Political Science at Bar-Ilan University. His recent publications include: Lives in Common — Arabs and Jews in Jerusalem, Jaffa and Hebron (New York, 2014); The Shift: Israel–Palestine from Border Conflict to Ethnic Struggle (New York, 2010); A Possible Peace Between Palestine & Israel — An Insider’s Account of the Geneva Initiative (New York, 2007).
ELAN NYER is a graduate student at the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy, at IDC Herzliya. [End Page 189]
AMI PEDAHZUR is Professor of Government and Israel and Diaspora Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. His recent publications include: The Triumph of Israel’s Radical Right (Oxford, 2012) and The Israeli Secret Services and the Struggle against Terrorism (New York, 2009); and co-authored with Arie Perliger, Jewish Terrorism in Israel (New York, 2009).
PNINA SHUKRUN-NAGAR is a Lecturer in the Department of Hebrew Language at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Her recent publications include: “Election Discourse,” in Encyclopedia of Hebrew Language and Linguistics Vol. I (Leiden, Netherlands, 2013) [Hebrew]; “Disputing while Covering a Dispute on TV News: Discursive Strategies and Their Interpretation by Viewers,” Language and Dialogue 2.3 (2013); “The Construction of Paradoxes in News Discourse: The Coverage of the Israeli Haredi Community as a Case in Point,” Discourse Studies 15.4 (2013).
DAVID TAL is Professor in Israel Studies at the University of Sussex. His publications include Israeli Identities (London, 2013); “ ‘Absolutes’ and ‘Stages’ in the Making and Application of Nixon’s SALT Policy,” Diplomatic History 37.5 (2013); War in Palestine, 1948: Strategy and Diplomacy (London, 2004).
ZVI TRIGER is a Senior Lecturer at School of Law, the College of Management Academic Studies, Rishon LeZion. His recent publications include: “The Child’s Worst Interests: Socio-legal Taboos on Same-Sex Parenting and Their Impact on Children’s Well-Being,” Israel Studies Review 28 (2013); “Fear of the Wandering Gay,” International Journal of Law in Context 8 (2012); “Over-Parenting” with Gaia Bernstein, UC Davis Law Review 44 (2011). [End Page 190]