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Arab students Higher budgets for Israel's Arab sector are an investment

Poverty is a main cause of violence among Arabs, while leaving Arab society's potential untapped retards Israel's economic growth.

Palestinian demonstrators at Gaza Strip border Israel will reopen economic agreements with Palestinians

Israel's consent to adjustments to the Paris Agreements, as urged by the defense establishment, has paved the way to a compromise on fund transfers to the Palestinian Authority.

Aviv Kochavi IDF's future vision mired in budgetary uncertainty

IDF Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi's multi-year budget plan is being hampered by the political situation.

Gideon Sa'ar and Benjamin Netanyahu Netanyahu seeks to head off internal Likud challenge

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu now wants a show of support in the Likud central committee. Potential challenger Gideon Sa'ar opposes the move.

Gideon Sa'ar Sa'ar signals Likud leadership challenge to Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu is considering a snap party leadership election to bolster his standing, but Gideon Sa'ar could upset his plans.

Yair Lapid / Photo: Gilad Kavolarchik Lapid waives rotation with Gantz

"I'm willing to forego rotation of the premiership for the sake of a unity government," Yair Lapid told a meeting of the Blue and White Knesset faction.

Benjamin Netanyahu  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef , Globes President Rivlin asks Netanyahu to form gov't

Benny Gantz said that the failure of the national unity talks was because the formation of a right wing block prevented negotiations.

Voting for the 22 Knesset elections  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef , Globes Likud handed extra seat in final election results

The Central Elections Committee has adjusted the final results with the Likud gaining a mandate at the expense of United Torah Judaism.

Netanyahu Gantz National unity gov't is Israeli Treasury's dream

A national unity government would be able to rein in the small parties' budget demands and enable the Ministry of Finance to push the measures it wants through the Knesset.

Stephen Harper Former Canadian PM promotes Israel investments

Stephen Harper is president of the Awz venture capital fund advisory committee. The fund specializes in investments in Israeli security and intelligence startups.

Missiles from Gaza All roads lead to Tehran as Israel hits back

Iran dreams of a multi-front rocket conflict in which Israel's home front suffers heavy losses.

Jewish Agency Diaspora philanthropy isn't what it used to be

Less of the money donated by North American Jews is reaching Jewish causes let alone Israel. "Globes" examines the reasons.

Boxcar donated by SNCF at Drancy  photo: Brett Kline A French Holocaust site that is home to immigrants

The annual ceremony at the former internment camp at Drancy was sparsely attended, but the place carries a unique message.

Reta Alemu Nega "Israel should do more business with Ethiopia"

Ethiopian Ambassador to Israel Reta Alemu Nega talks about his country's fast-growing economy, and Israel's advantages there.

Rabbi Rafi Peretz / Photo: Pool, Reuters Annexation without representation

Education Minister Rafi Peretz's plan for Israeli sovereignty on Judea and Samaria without voting rights for non-Jewish inhabitants is only an extension of what has been practiced here for 50 years.

Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen)  photo: Reuters  Palestinian leaders are a bone in Arab world's throat

Gulf states tell Palestinians: We favor a political solution, but hurry, because we have other interests, and we won't wait.

Donald Trump  photo: Carlos Barria, Reuters No deal of the century

The US economic plan for our region leaves out key issues and key players, lacks sources of finance, and has no takers.

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