Shmuel Rosner is an editor and writer based in Tel Aviv. He writes the influential daily blog Rosner’s Domain, hosted by the Jerusalem Post. He is also a regular contributor to Israel’s daily Maariv, to the online magazine Slate, to Commentary Magazine and to The New Republic. Starting in February of 2009 Rosner became the non-fiction Editor for Israel’s largest publishing-house, Zmora-Bitan-Kinneret-Dvir.
From 1996 to 2008 Rosner worked at Haaretz Newspaper, first as a senior editor and then as the head of the news division and the head of the features department. He has also worked as a producer and editor for the IDF radio station.
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, 2004 and 2006 elections. He is a frequent guest on Israeli television and radio as an analyst of American policy vis-à-vis Israel and the Middle East. When he lived in the US Rosner lectured at many universities and Think Tanks around the country - among them Yale, Berkley, Boston University, The Hudson Institute, The Washington Institute for Middle East Policy, American University and The Army War College