Once again, Israel goes to elections.
Benny Gantz has put the ball in his own court.
Is a socially conservative Muslim-Jewish alliance emerging?
Will Arab parties turn away from anti-Zionism and toward their constituents’ everyday concerns?
The Knesset’s new session is off to a running start—on a treadmill.
Elections have been avoided, but the crisis continues.
The people have already spoken.
The country desperately needs a break from vicious political battles.
A showdown between the judicial and legislative branches may be inevitable.
Was Yuli Edelstein justified in keeping the Knesset closed?
The conflict between the judiciary and the legislature puts Israel in a situation without clear precedents.
The political crisis is real, but the hysteria is unwarranted.
The prime minister-designate is poised to invite them into his coalition.
Raising the electoral threshold paved the way for Otzma.