Israeli politics

A foremost observer of the Jewish state describes a society strained but resilient.

April 9 2024 12:01AM

Many on the Israeli right claim that the soldiers who fight and die for the country no longer belong to the old secular elite but to a rising national-religious one. Are they correct?

April 8 2024 12:01AM

Gideon Sa’ar’s defection and the search for a new center-right consensus.

Lahav Harkov
March 19 2024 12:01AM

It’s time to gird for war.

March 4 2024 12:01AM

So close yet so far.

Yitzchok Adlerstein
March 1 2024 12:01AM

By ending the proliferation of government ministries.

Robert Silverman
Feb. 8 2024 12:01AM

Have the country’s divisions been healed, or papered over?

Jan. 8 2024 12:01AM

Tunnels, domestic politics, and the popular mood.

Dec. 26 2023 12:01AM

Losing the ability to compromise.

Jerusalem Post
Oct. 3 2023 12:01AM

Changing rhetoric about checks, balances, and judicial reform.

Sept. 22 2023 12:01AM

Some 40,000 non-Jewish immigrants from Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Sudan now live in Israel. How did they get there, why did they come, and what obligation, if any, does Israel have to them?

Yonatan Jakubowicz and Tikvah Podcast at Mosaic
Sept. 8 2023 12:07AM

The dangers of refusal to serve.

Kobi Michael and Gabi Siboni
Sept. 6 2023 12:01AM

The violence underscores the case for judicial reform.

Jerusalem Post
Sept. 5 2023 12:01AM