Transcribing the Israeli leader’s autobiography helped me see Netanyahu in a new way
Ask the 14th-century sage Rabbi Nissim of Girona
Faced with the prospect of judicial reform, Israel’s progressive elite and its American allies are threatening to tear the country apart
Israel’s political iron man inherits a hatful of tsuris
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?
Far from defeated, the perennial Israeli prime minister is already plotting his comeback. Here’s how he plans to do it.
Six essential insights about what just happened in Israel and what it means for the country’s future
In the Middle East, Biden is finishing what Obama started. And his top advisers are all on board.
A man’s life flashes before our eyes, in the blink of yet another election
Israel’s coalition government contemplates redrawing the country’s borders, with America’s blessing. Senior ex-diplomat Dore Gold gives the inside scoop on how and why the status quo may not last long.
The most talented politician in Israeli history cracks his demented foes like walnuts
It was never a solution, it was a wish. Time to stop pretending it’s even that.
A few likely scenarios for Monday’s ballot in the Jewish state
You think American politics is cutthroat?
Disagreement over the future of Kurdish forces in Syria reveals the differences in the U.S. and Israeli approaches to Turkey and the broader Middle East
Donald Trump has a talent for pointing out that the Washington smart set isn’t wearing any clothes
Israel’s defense minister showed politicians everywhere how to respond to racism in their ranks
A lesson in ‘mamlachtiyut’