A new book co-edited by the Wilson School's Julian Zelizer examines the intersection of religion and politics from the early twentieth century to present.
"This experience will undoubtedly be an excellent starting point for what I hope to be a career serving on both sides of the Atlantic in the interest of improving and strengthening U.S.-European Union political, economic and strategic relations."
— Eric Falcon '15
In one of Israel's tightest races yet, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu triumphed with the Likud Party capturing 30 of the 120 seats in Parliament. How might his re-election affect Israel-Palestine relations going forward? And what will the results mean for Israel, its domestic politics and its international relationships in the future?