The benefits of political paralysis.
Dispelling some myths about the recent developments in Israeli politics.
Policy successes and declining turnout.
The Arab parties and the arrangements committee.
And some thoughts from an Israeli conservative.
The most ideologically coherent coalition is the one least likely to come about.
An inconclusive referendum on Benjamin Netanyahu.
But the Abraham Accords may have changed the country’s politics for the better.
And its 37 parties.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s dilemma, and Naftali Bennett’s.
Which leader can better manage without America?
Thoughts on the election’s central question.
Two very different parties have found in each other the perfect enemies.
Especially with an election on the way.