On China’s little-discussed “innovative experiment” of turning over its leadership every 10 years
About his Personal Essay
On the furor over his 2007 personal essay, “Orthodox Paradox,” in The New York Times. After attending a reunion of his Orthodox Jewish high school, he and his Korean-American girlfriend were nowhere to be found in the group photo published in the alumni newsletter. Was it because their interfaith relationship was something Orthodox Jewish law would not recognize?
On Tahrir Square
On why the protesters in Tahrir Square during the Arab Spring uprisings “were never pro-democratic. They were angry with Mubarak.”
On being an academic, political adviser, and opinion journalist and the ethical questions that arise.