After failed attempts at a two-state solution, the chickens have come home to roost.
The European Union has rekindled an effort to clearly label products manufactured in Israeli settlements. Can this campaign help disincentivize the establishment of new ones?
Tyler Bowen analyzes how Netanyahu’s reelection is reflective of deep-seated xenophobia in Israeli society, particular within its settler population.
With the reelection of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the two-state solution appears to be off the table indefinitely, which is bad news for Israeli foreign policy.
With violent anti-Semitism on the rise in Europe, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is encouraging European Jews to find refuge in Israel.
The special relationship between the United States and Israel plays an outsize role in shaping U.S. policy in the Middle East — so why is Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu now jeopardizing it?
Seeking to consolidate the country’s status as the “national homeland of the Jewish people,” the Israeli cabinet voted two weeks ago in favor of a hotly contested Jewish State Bill.
Noah Tulsky considers the unique structure of the Israeli government, using a theoretical stature formed of Barak and Owen’s essays on the subject to duscuss the interplay of civic and military bodies in governmental functions.