The Israel prime minister addressed the U.N., and Jewish American leaders on visit to New York.
A big-picture look at how the new government is doing and why it is indeed holding together.
When President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Naftali Bennett meet today at the White House, they will have an opportunity to start undoing twelve years of damage and setbacks to the U.S.-Israel alliance.
On his debut visit to Washington as Israel’s prime minister, Naftali Bennett gives a special shout-out to AIPAC.
What can Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and President Biden do to avoid the pitfalls of Obama and Netanyahu’s first meeting?
Mossi Raz, a longtime peace activist, wants to see progress, but knows the new coalition doesn’t have the issue on its agenda.
George Birnbaum, former chief of staff to Netanyahu and a senior adviser to Bennett, was in Jerusalem to witness the rise and fall of both men.
‘Americans can expect a Prime Minister who thinks outside of the box and is a straight shooter,’ a Bennett ally said.
Bennett at 49 is the man who has come closest to the holy grail of Israeli politics, replacing Benjamin Netanyahu.
Yossi Belin believes that Israel’s new Knesset can take steps to create lasting change in Israeli society.