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Keri Douglas is a strategic communications professional who writes on international affairs, innovation, and cultural heritage. Her career includes serving as a presidential writer at the White House and as press secretary at the Embassy of Switzerland covering legal, political, and scientific issues.

ARTICLES BY: Keri Douglas

March 17, 2021 12:20 pm

Examining Narcissism, Patriarchy, and the Culture of Terrorism

Rage: Narcissism, Patriarchy, and the Culture of Terrorism by Abigail R. Esman, Potomac Press (2021). What goes on behind closed doors is no one's business. Until...


Mel Brooks Explains Why His Humor Is More ‘New York’ Than ‘Jewish’

Comedic icon and Brooklyn native Mel Brooks said it's wrong to...

‘Red Notice’ Film Starring Gal Gadot Now Most Popular in Netflix History

Israeli actress Gal Gadot's latest film has made history by becoming the most...

Netta Barzilai’s Hanukkah Performance Lights Up NBA Game in Los Angeles - Israeli singer Netta Barzilai gave a Hanukkah performance on Sunday at...


Israel’s Top Court Rejects Petition Against Omicron Phone Tracking

Israel's Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a petition by rights groups seeking to repeal temporary measures allowing the domestic intelligence agency to use mobile phone tracing to curb the spread...

Middle East

Hundreds of Hanukkah Kits Sent to Jews Living in Arab Countries - Hundreds of kits containing Hanukkah items, such as menorahs and dreidels, were recently sent to Jews living in Arab countries who must “observe their Judaism secretively.” The kits were...

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