Lahav Harkov is the diplomatic correspondent for The Jerusalem Post. She tweets at @LahavHarkov.
The new government wants to work closely with Washington, reduce Israel’s dependence on it, and prepare for military action. Can it have all three?
Deputy Mayor Fleur Hassan-Nahoum tries to model Israel’s future shared society
Sarit Zehavi, founder of the Alma Center think tank, has her eye on Hezbollah and her feet planted firmly in her beloved Galilee
Ex-general Gabi Ashkenazi’s appeal to right-wing voters could make the difference in the latest attempt by a center-left coalition to retake Israel’s government
Israel’s alliance with illiberal regimes can be necessary and justified but not when they embolden anti-Semitic dog whistles
A hopeful view of a shared future for a group of people who underwent displacement and persecution over generations? Sounds familiar.
Israel’s Culture Minister made a political statement by wearing a dress with the Jerusalem skyline printed on it
An Israeli guerrilla artist wowed Tel Avivians by erecting a golden statue of Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, leading Israel’s left and right into public disagreement
Who could be the first woman to lead the Jewish state since Golda Meir? And why is it taking so long?
As if the Jewish people hadn’t suffered enough
Following an Israeli news report that 88 percent of Israel’s female lawmakers experienced harassment, MKs who told their stories hope they sent an empowering message to women
It’s not because of the economy or the “Jewish State” bill—it’s because Netanyahu’s coalition members just can’t get along
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