In Israel, peace is popular – but it barely moves the polls. Not least when a pandemic is raging
Dr. Dahlia Scheindlin is a Policy Fellow at the Mitvim Institute, researching comparative conflict dynamics, a public opinion expert and an adjunct lecturer at Tel Aviv University. Twitter: @dahliasc
Monday’s vote seems unlikely to break the political deadlock – but has succeeded in shattering Israelis’ trust in the electoral system
The notion, as propounded by Moshe Arens, that the demand for the right of return is exclusive to the Palestinians is patently false
Israel's right-wing government might end up regretting its public support for Kurdistan. After all, if historical justice legitimates Kurdish and Jewish self-determination, it's just as applicable to the Palestinians
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Outside the courthouse, there was more anger and disgust for the foundational institutions of Israeli society and the rule of law than for terrorists.
PM Netanyahu says Israel is being ‘courted’, not shunned, around the world, so is there more to his choice to gravitate towards states, such as Azerbaijan, that show appalling contempt for democratic norms? | Opinion
A fraction of a percentage point in a referendum struck down the historic government-FARC peace deal. Israel’s pro-peace deal left must learn the lessons of a cautionary tale from Colombia.
Young people in Israel are not so much angry as they are craving the normalcy that has always eluded their country.
As Latin American countries continue to announce recognition of Palestinian state, Israel better start thinking what response best serves its interests.