What does the government’s collapse mean for Iran policy and the Abraham Accords?
It is no longer limiting its targets to Tehran’s nuclear activities.
Europe can no longer rely on imported Russian gas.
Mediating between Putin and the U.S.
Zelensky announced that his country will emerge from the rubble as a “big Israel.”
Once again, the people’s business won’t get done.
More political instability at the Knesset.
Washington cozies up to Tehran, and lambasts the Gulf states for following suit.
And downgrading U.S. allies.
By serving as a mediator between Ukraine and Russia, Israel’s prime minister brings his nation into new and unknown territory. Is he doing the right thing?
Jerusalem must make clear that it will protect itself.
It’s only a matter of time before Israel is expected to open negotiations with Syria.
The racist condescension behind the double standard.
An end to three years of gridlock?