To build the land, or not to build it.
Whether of Bedouin or settlers.
Israel’s supreme court didn’t come to play fair; it came to win.
Charismatic, formidable, and ambitious.
It’s the only available check on the court’s power.
Because it could.
Stifling innovation and growth.
The court has power without parallel in any other democracy.
It needs to restore a lost balance between national and individual rights.
By expanding freedom of the press.
A madly intrusive justice system is one of the most potent threats the country faces. Can it be stopped?