Seemingly out of nowhere, Shasha-Biton is shaping up as the electoral asset of the next elections.
The unbridled arrogance, the self-pity, the shameless, hysterical exaggeration are all hallmarks of the new breed of “illiberal” populists.
Actual policy making in a liberal democracy is based on sophisticated nuances.
The Jerusalem Post's Gil Hoffman appears on a panel at the Israel Democracy Institute's conference in English on the topic of populism and policy.
Political populism has an even more sinister meaning.