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Israel’s modern-day king
Nations' diplomats explain domestic politics to foreign audiences. It doesn’t mean those audiences offer their approval or consent.
Howard Kaplan’s new novel revolves around the search for an Israeli prime minister who goes missing after a submarine ride
By DAVID BEDEIN
If Naftali Bennett is serious about expanding his party’s outreach as he stated to a Politico interviewer, he has to convince his party that he is serious about being prime minister.
By AMIEL UNGAR
Upon 50 years since his passing.
By AVRAHAM AVI-HAI
The party of Khan's jailed chief rival, ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, called the count an assault on democracy in the nuclear-armed, Muslim country which has a history of military rule.
The same problems we listed in this space two weeks ago, right before Netanyahu asked President Reuven Rivlin for an extension, still stand.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
You have to ask yourself: do Israel’s opposition parties ever want to win an election again?
By JEFF BARAK
This model of governance for more than 70 years with the Indian National Congress Party had left the electorate aching for a change from both the policy and the Nehruvian dynasty.
By AKHIL RAMESH
ONE WOULD think that since aliyah is so important to prosperity and success of the State of Israel, the priorities of this community will be high on the agenda of every government, Right or Left.
By KSENIA SVETLOVA
I met Arens in the late 1970s, when he was a member of Knesset and chaired the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee and I was the parliamentary correspondent for Israel Television.
By NACHMAN SHAI
I still want Netanyahu resigning with a deal and whatever credibility remains. Let him make the money he apparently so desperately needs lecturing, while advising his successors on defense matters.
By GIL TROY
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