About Shmuel Rosner

Shmuel Rosner is Haaretz's chief U.S. correspondent, and is based in Washington. He, his wife and their three children live in Maryland.

A long-time American history buff, in the last decade Rosner has written numerous pieces about U.S. policy and politics, and traveled across the United States covering the 2000 and 2004 elections for Haaretz.

He has been a frequent guest on Israeli television and radio as an analyst of American policy, and has lectured at Tel Aviv University and other institutions on Israeli journalism and politics. In the United States, he has spoken at Boston University's school of journalism and at the American University in Washington.

Israel Is No Switzerland

By April 9, 2008

From: Shmuel Rosner To: Gregory Levey Dear Gregory, Having spent the last two and a half years in America (not to mention my year in Canada twelve years ago) – and being the student that I am of American politics … Read More

What North American Jews Don’t Get about Israel

By April 7, 2008

Is the bond between Diaspora Jews and Israel stronger than a couple of summer teen tours and a vague obligation to keep up with Israeli politics? Gregory Levey might have a deeper insight on that question than most of us … Read More

What is Leadership? (Rosner Day 2)

By March 10, 2008

From: Shmuel Rosner To: Dov Frohman Re: Leadership Dear Dov, I should first thank you for tolerating our differences with a smile. To be truthful, I was hardly expecting you to accept my interpretation of your book without protest, and … Read More

What is Leadership? (Rosner Day 1)

By March 6, 2008

Dov Frohman is the founder of the Israeli branch of the Intel corporation. In a career spanning four decades, he invented the EPROM — the first reprogrammable read-only semiconductor memory — and was one of the driving forces in the … Read More

The Revolution Will Be Digital

The Revolution Will Be Digital
By April 16, 2007

[Last week, Ha’aretz Chief U.S. Correspondent Shmuel Rosner featured Jewcy editor in chief Tahl Raz as a guest on his site. Raz answered questions about the future of Judaism, Jewish peoplehood in America, and the volume of debate about Israel … Read More

“About As Silent As a Circus”

“About As Silent As a Circus”
By April 16, 2007

[Last week, Ha’aretz Chief U.S. Correspondent Shmuel Rosner featured Jewcy editor in chief Tahl Raz as a guest on his site. Rosner and Raz e-mailed about the future of Judaism, Jewish peoplehood in America, and the frequency of debate about … Read More

Intermarriage is Inevitable

Intermarriage is Inevitable
By April 16, 2007

[Last week, Ha’aretz Chief U.S. Correspondent Shmuel Rosner featured Jewcy editor in chief Tahl Raz as a guest on his site. Raz responded to Rosner's questions about the future of Judaism, Jewish peoplehood in America, and the frequency of debate … Read More

“American Life Has Annihilated Jewish Peoplehood”

“American Life Has Annihilated Jewish Peoplehood”
By April 16, 2007

[Last week, Ha’aretz Chief U.S. Correspondent Shmuel Rosner featured Jewcy editor in chief Tahl Raz as a guest on his site. Rosner and Raz e-mailed about the future of Judaism, Jewish peoplehood in America, and the volume of debate about … Read More