The essential key to any future settlement lies in starting to consolidate trust between the two sides in the present.
The argument that a Knesset discussion will ‘bury Israel’s natural gas in the ground’ is a no-confidence vote in parliamentary democracy.
If Tel Aviv is the 'Startup Nation,' Jerusalem is the entire nation, says former Knesset Speaker.
The Boycott Law is a double-edged sword that threatens to harm Israel’s international standing, and to play into the hands of those criticizing the quality of the country’s democracy.
Israel's Declaration of Independence was the formative document of the state, but that doesn't mean it is immune to criticism or that it didn't demand additional work of its creators or their heirs
Knesset speaker: Israeli democracy needs to do away with its ambiguities and institute a clearer dialogue among its branches.
This is a country where columnists, talkbackers and the public weather vane have a much greater effect on decision makers than the Shin Bet security service and the Mossad.