The U.S. president is capable of putting pressure on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Unfortunately, the Israeli premier is a past master at resisting efforts to talk peace
The secular public doesn’t dream of preventing ultra-Orthodox residents from celebrating the Sabbath as they see fit. So why can’t the religious public act accordingly?
Maybe public broadcasting can succeed in other countries with a democratic tradition like Britain, but not in this sweaty country where politicians want to control everything that moves
Though U.S. tax rates are low overall, America's corporate tax rate of 35 percent is among the highest in the world. That’s exactly what Trump wants to fix
We have not achieved the Zionist dream, of a country that will be a safe haven for the Jewish people, even after 69 years of 'independence' and 50 years since the Six-Day War
Politicians are abandoning long-term goals in favor of quick fixes that can score them points with the electorate, most noticeably Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon
Netanyahu's obsession with the new public broadcaster shows that all he really cares about is keeping his seat.
The retirement age for women should be raised from 62 to 67, for their own good.
Under Netanyahu's conditions the regime will decide who runs the new broadcasting corporation and what its budget will be. That’s not a free press - that’s North Korea.
The ride-sharing app is an elegant solution to Israel's chronic traffic congestion, yet the transportation minister is considering criminal prosecution of the company.