| Friday, 15 March 2013 01:15|
When using the term “election landslide,” the tendency is to think about the end result – an overwhelming victory for one side. Obviously, that’s the last thing one can call the recent Israeli election outcome. However, a “landslide” also has several stages before we reach the end. In that sense, Israel might well be in the middle of an electoral landslide of historic proportions.
| Thursday, 28 February 2013 17:03|
As readers may note from my author description at the bottom of this column, I am once again spending several months in the U.S., as I did in 2008-09, for an academic year in Providence.
| Friday, 15 February 2013 18:37|
As a matter of journalistic routine, election news always tends to dwell on who won, who lost and who will form the next government. But sometimes subtler and hidden-from-view results can be more telling and influential in the long run. Regarding the 2013 Israeli elections, most of these results can be viewed as decidedly good news.
| Friday, 01 February 2013 01:33|
The Israeli election results of 2013 might well prove to be a watershed – but not in the way that anyone expected (or hoped).
| Friday, 04 January 2013 17:13|
Sam Lehman-WilzigWith the U.N. General Assembly’s Nov. 29 vote to recognize the “Palestinian State” as a non-member state, the question once again arises: Is time running out for Israel?
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