With Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu narrowly winning another term, he has had to form a broad coalition to govern. Brookings experts examine what led to this result and what it means for Israel during a tumultuous period in the Middle East.
An Israeli soldier stands guard under an Israeli national flag during a tour made by Israeli parliament members in the Jordan Valley near the Jewish settlement of Maale Efrayim (REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun).
What Would Ben-Gurion Do?
January 2014, Michael Doran
Michael Doran looks at what former Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion would do if he were caught between the rise of al Qaeda and Iran and the decline of the United States.
Middle East and North Africa
The Palestinian Territories
October 9, 2013, Natan B. Sachs
March 15, 2013, Martin S. Indyk, Tamara Cofman Wittes, Michael Doran, Khaled Elgindy and Natan B. Sachs
Opinion | Foreign Policy
February 6, 2013, Natan B. Sachs
Interview | Wilson Center
January 30, 2013, Natan B. Sachs
Opinion | The Jordan Times
January 28, 2013, Itamar Rabinovich
January 24, 2013
Opinion | CNN
January 23, 2013, Ibrahim Sharqieh
Interview | BBC World Service
January 22, 2013, Natan B. Sachs
Interview | WBEZ Chicago Worldview
Opinion | Reuters
January 22, 2013, Shibley Telhami
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Natan B. Sachs
Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center for Middle East Policy
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center for Middle East Policy
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