It’s part of a trend away from names that once projected clear identities (Workers’ Party) and toward the politics of advertising (There Is a Future).
Israel’s confusing plethora of small parties actually keeps Ḥaredim and Israeli Arabs, in particular, from becoming too alienated.
The scholar and commentator drops by the studio to illuminate what the divide is about, what it’s not about, and what it all means.
A ticking timebomb.
In the New York Times, naturally.
Forty years of cold peace.
It never secured for its population either freedom or prosperity.
There’s no precipitous drop. Nor are Jews leaving the Democratic party.
Recognition of Israeli sovereignty upholds the international order.
No longer playing by Hamas’s rules.
Bringing the assault on border communities to an end.