Will the first consequence of a US attack on Iran be war between Israel and Lebanon?
The forgotten ironies of the India-Israel alliance
The president’s Middle East ‘deal of the century’ looks less and less likely
The Donald’s indulgence of gunboat diplomacy has made war more likely
The food has improved in Israel since I was last here
The ‘magician’ pulled the rabbis from his hat, but it wasn’t enough
...she wasn’t telling the truth either
Imagine the outcry if it had been the Republicans
Jared Kushner’s peace plan is either ‘transactional’ or ‘transformational’ – either way, no one is betting it will work
Gaza plays a Game of Thrones
The real challenges to his administration will come not from the US, but from within
Today Israelis will measure Bibi’s sins against his success at the helm
Even if Netanyahu fails to win the election, Trump’s plan can still be implemented by a Gantz government
The luster of politics has once again dazzled him
This election is not about policies or ideology. Just a referendum on Netanyahu’s remaining in power. And the Israeli public is split down the middle
What chance does Ukraine have of getting Crimea back if this is the precedent?
‘Free.Palestine.1948’ posts 9/11 conspiracy theories and memes comparing Netanyahu to Hitler
The new generation of Democratic activists have views towards the Jewish state that are at best ambivalent, at worst hostile
A party and a civilization in moral decline
Can Israel do without Netanyahu?
The personal Middle East diplomacy of the president’s son-in-law may have helped move things forward for the first time in many years
By welcoming Otzma Yehudit, he has ceded the moral highground
The Israeli premier clashes with Poland over the Holocaust
A former general has emerged as a challenger to the Israeli Prime Minister