Israeli rallies began in November, after Netanyahu’s victory and the formation of a new government through a coalition of six right-wing parties. At a press conference held on January 4, Minister of Justice Yariv Levin announced the government’s plan to reform the judicial branch that would empower the executive branch to override it.
- A “fundamentalist” Israel calls into question already complex relationships in the Arab world and with its longest ally, the United States.
- An Israel with a collapsed government will host Joe Biden in mid-July, amid uncertain political legacy and perspectives.
- Israel’s Prime Minister is looking at involving Arab party Ra’am in a new coalition to try and solve the new political stalemate. That shall not impede the advancement of a sharp nationalist agenda.
- An interview with PM Mohammed Shtayyeh on the day of the signing of the “Abraham Accords” between Israel and the two Gulf countries
- What the normalization and the freeze of Israel’s annexation of West Bank territories means for the Middle East, the Arab world and the Palestinians.
- The Israeli author, activist and daughter of the late General Moshe Dayan speaks to Reset on the prospects ahead for the country – and the region – as Benny Gantz and Amir Peretz prepare to join a new Netanyahu-led government.
- The surprising alliance between Bibi Netanyahu and Benny Gantz looks to deal a definitive blow to Palestinians’ statehood aspirations. With the Arab countries complicity.
- Far from any grand debate about the “Deal of the Century”, the preferences of a few key minority groups will most likely tilt the balance of Israel’s third consecutive general election. Here’s why.