Today reveals its many hidden contours…
Why a Change of Opposition in Israel actually matters to the Palestinians
First-Past-The-Post system would leave Likud one seat short of an overall majority
I met her in her office in Nazareth last November.
“Zionist feminism is anti-feminism” she tells me, while extending an olive branch in accepting “the special Israeli identity”
Her reflections on Bibi, European hypocrisy, her mother, and much more….
Why Bibi will Win – yet another – Israeli election but Lose Power.
Electoral Numerology’ may be too fanciful a claim, but to butcher a well-worn political phrase, “It’s the Numbers Stupid”.
An Unsettling Map of Settler Seats
How the Israeli (Hasbara) gets it wrong with its fondness for American and English accents
In a series of articles over the next few weeks we will explore how Israel has accidentally or intentionally made…
How Israelis misunderstand Tel Aviv
Just how “Swingy” are recent Israeli Elections? And how is 2019 likely to compare?
There are citizens who don’t vote and residents who can’t vote, but what about the ‘Invisible’ persons who are not even counted in the first place?
Manhattan is longer than the width of Israel
The Likely Next Government? Right? Hard Right? or Centre Right?
So who exactly can vote in the next Israeli Knesset Election? Well, like most other countries, citizens who are eligible…
Who are the New Jerusalemites, the Muddled Middle the Militarists and the West Bankers?