The Netanyahu government is facing massive strikes and protests over its latest authoritarian moves.
Democratic backsliding appears to be spreading to another European country.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu easily survived a challenge for leadership of the Likud Party.
Benjamin Netanyahu is facing a challenge for the leadership of the party he’s headed for more than a decade.
Having failed to form governments after two successive elections, Israel is headed for a third election inside of a year.
After a year of controversy and investigation, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been indicated on charges of fraud and bribery.
Blue & White Party Leader Benny Gantz was unable to form a new government, throwing Israel into another political crisis.
After a close election, Benjamin Netanyahu has given up on his effort to form a government.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is getting the first shot at forming a new government. Whether he’ll succeed or not is another story.
With election results showing his Likud Party falling short of a majority, Benjamin Netanyahu is joining his chief rival in vallsfor a unity government. Getting there would be complicated, though,
As many expected, the initial returns from the Israeli elections are too close to call.
Faced with an election next week, Israel’s Prime Minister is pushing a settlement plan that would be an utter disaster.
Recent comments by the U.S. Ambassador to Israel make it clear that the United States cannot be considered a neutral party In the Middle East peace process.
Despite appearing to have emerged from April’s election as the winner, Benjamin Netanyahu was unable to form a government. This means that Israel will have to hold new elections in September.
Both major parties have claimed victory but it certainly looks like Likud will hang on.
The Israeli prime minister is engaging in a familiar but dangerous gambit to retain power.
With criminal charges and an election hanging over his head, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is looking to the political right for support and survival.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is being charged with three charges of corruption even as he faces an election in just over a month.
Israeli police have recommended that charges be brought against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Whether that damages him politically remains to be seen.
One of the last survivors of Israel’s founding generation has passed away.
If pre-election polling is to be believed, Stephan Harper and Canada’s Conservative Party seem likely to lose power after Monday’s elections, but there are several reasons why this may not end up being the case.
After appearing to be behind in pre-election polling, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seems to have secured a victory in Israel’s elections.
Benjamin Netanyahu is trailing in the final polls leading to Tuesday’s election, but he still may be able to form the coalition needed to stay in power.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is apparently realizing that speaking to Congress may not be a good idea after all.
Some Congressional Democrats are considering skipping a speech by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to a Joint Session Of Congress.
After eight years in a coma, Ariel Sharon has passed away.
Was Arafat poisoned? A new report raises some questions, but answers none of them conclusively.
Signs and portents in the Middle East.
In another sign that things may not be going so well between Washington and Jerusalem, President Obama will not be meeting with Prime Minister Netanyahu when he’s in the United States.
The New York Times finds some infighting among old Republican foreign policy hands.
Vehement disagreement with the policy views of a country and prejudice based on immutable traits are not the same.
Rick Perry’s speech criticizing the President’s policies in the Middle East raised more questions than it answered.
Palin thinks Israel apologizes too much and it would seem that some find this to be a profound statement.
While most Americans consider themselves “conservatives,” some conservatives exclude most Americans from the definition.
Wayne State has canceled the Helen Thomas Spirit of Diversity in the Media Award, citing its namesake’s controversial remarks.