Jordan’s Threat to the Middle Eastern Order
The kingdom has made a tradition of inciting unrest with Israel during the holy month of Ramadan.
The Middle East Braces for a Nuclear Iran
Saudi Arabia eyes diplomacy while Israel prepares for confrontation.
Israel Sidesteps a Crisis—For Now
Benjamin Netanyahu delays his judicial reform package, but his fragile governing coalition stands on a precipice.
Is Netanyahu Too Democratic?
The debate over Israeli judicial reform exposes a flawed understanding of majority rule.
Is Benjamin Netanyahu Undermining Israeli Democracy?
The new government’s plans to reshape the judiciary have intensified already deep polarization: A Dispatch Explainer.
Coming Out as an Arab Advocate of Peace with Israel
Proponents of normalization have a chance to bring a peace deal across the finish line.
Can Israel Normalize Relations with Saudi Arabia?
Benjamin Netanyahu will need to push past the bad blood between the Saudis and Americans.
The Hidden Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions Campaign
What happens when the firms handling environmental, social, and governance ratings are themselves biased?
Attacks in Israel Continue, but for How Long?
With backing from Iran, Hamas and other terror groups vow more violence.