The conflict between the judiciary and the legislature puts Israel in a situation without clear precedents.
Its edict crippling lame-duck governments has led voters to rally around Prime Minister Netanyahu.
Israelis against judicial imperialism want a prime minister, even one under corruption charges, seeking legal reform.
Netanyahu’s opponents are wrong to put their hopes in the legal system.
A step toward making Israel more democratic.
The Supreme Court shouldn’t give in to illiberal impulses.
The game the Court is playing is “heads I win, tails you lose.”
A “mind-boggling” ruling.
It’s hard to imagine a former justice in any other democracy trying to orchestrate a mass judicial resignation.
Lessons to learn from Europe.
With the election over, what should be the priorities of Israel’s new government?