When even the leader of the opposition blasts the prime minister for making peace with the Turks, this is political chicanery of the highest order.
Commentators say Israel chose Netanyahu's path these elections, but numbers don't lie: The right has been steadily losing power since 2009.
Unfortunately, Abbas' move to impose a solution on Israel, without negotiations and without an end to the conflict, is gathering speed.
After wreaking destruction on the population of Gaza and losing its only strategic card, Hamas is agreeing to what it rejected three weeks ago. Could there be any greater and more obvious defeat?
The demand to recognize Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people relates more to nationality than religion.
It’s bizarre to conclude that Barack Obama has changed his stripes and is willing to accept a nuclear Iran.
The Syrian precedent of American-Russian cooperation is also likely to work on Iran. And in any case, the very fact that this possibility exists constitutes a deterrent from Iran’s standpoint.
The complete support for the budget from the main parties in Israel's governing coalition is anything but routine. The finance minister deserves much appreciation.
Treasury officials do not understand the essence of democratic decisions.
Despite what you may have heard, the shift toward more centrist and personal politics in the recent election is good news for Israel.