More political instability at the Knesset.
With the former prime minister out of the picture, would the coalition survive?
A not-so-bad outcome is possible.
A new interview, published in English here for the first time, reveals the political tradition at work in the Israeli leader’s thinking.
Jerusalem needs more stability, not less.
An end to three years of gridlock?
Joshua Cohen’s The Netanyahus.
Before the coronavirus crisis, there was the economic crisis of the second intifada.
In the imaginations of anti-Semites, Jews are the incarnation of, and explanation for, their deepest fears and most vexing social ills.
Daniel Gordis argued in this 2019 conversation that Israeli and American Jews are fundamentally divided. With a new government now in place, has he been proven correct?
Economic, diplomatic, and military might—each in service of the others.
Meet Israel’s new prime minister.
After harshly criticizing the Jewish state for decades, Europe seems to be tilting towards Israel and away from the Palestinians. Why?