Before the coronavirus crisis, there was the economic crisis of the second intifada.
Over half a billion dollars in trade.
Can a government with no clear leader get more done?
Economic, diplomatic, and military might—each in service of the others.
And these may redound to Palestinians as well.
A vigorous rebound from the economic crisis.
And why Israelis started drinking wine with their families.
Do a third of Israeli children really live in poverty?
Despite vaccination, recovery won’t be easy.
A decrease in the number of start-ups might become a sign of economic maturity.
It’s not just about Iran or F-35s.
American strength is best for the security of the Jewish state, and the world.
Just a few years ago, Israel’s massive natural-gas fields were caught up in endless infighting. Now, thanks in part to the UAE deal, they’re about to transform the region’s economy.
The country’s civil servants don’t hide money from politicians and the public intentionally—they just doesn’t know how to wisely spend it all.