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Norman Bailey  illustration: Gil Gibli Israel on the edge

The loss of life at Meron brings home the wider dangers Israel faces in the absence of a functioning government.

Amiram Barkat  illustration: Gil Gibli Israel is wealthy, but costly

Israel's high place in Forbes' GDP per capita ranking is good news, but far from being the whole story.

Norman Bailey  illustration: Gil Gibli Joe Biden and Israel

After just two-and-a-half months, it is clear that, for Israel, the Biden administration will be a repeat of the Obama administration.

Norman Bailey  illustration: Gil Gibli A third front?

The weakness of the government in Jordan could lead to very difficult situations for Israel.

Tel Aviv Photo: Shutterstock Housing price rises in Israel set to continue

Between May and December 2020, housing prices rose 4.5%. All indications point towards these rises continuing in 2021.

Benjamin Netanyahu  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef Netanyahu is all give, but from where will he take?

The prime minister promises grants and tax cuts, but hasn't specified how they'll be paid for.

Norman Bailey  illustration: Gil Gibli The world won't wait

Pressing foreign policy matters mean Israel needs a strong, stable government after the election.

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