The U.S. needs Israel, and the White House knows it.
Although the results remain to be seen.
Israel’s past and future prime minister joins the podcast to discuss how he weighs consequential decisions, and three crucial choices he made in his career.
A brief history of Israel’s post-election panics.
The new envoy to the Palestinian Authority will advance the PA’s interests in Washington, not vice-versa.
Benjamin Netanyahu will likely get along better with Joe Biden than he did with Barack Obama.
“If we have peace with Saudi Arabia, we’ll effectively be ending the Arabi-Israeli conflict.”
An opportunity for the 118th Congress to get off on a historic footing.
It is not, as some have claimed, “an attempt to place Netanyahu above the law.”
“An uprising wrapped in a bear hug.”
The Israeli political analyst joins us to talk about the upcoming election, and the tribal identities that play into it.
For the first time since 2015, Likud is talking about substance.
A community revived by conversion.
What does the government’s collapse mean for Iran policy and the Abraham Accords?