What does Netanyahu’s re-election mean?

Netanyahu and the politics of fear Lawrence Davidson assesses the consequences of Binyamin Netanyahu’s re-election for Israelis, Palestinians and the US, arguing that, ultimately, the Palestinians may be the only beneficiaries and the Jews the biggest losers.

Is violent change inevitable in Ethiopia?

Ethiopia non-violent resistance Graham Peebles argues that unity, organisation and peaceful resistance, not violent rebellion, is the way to get rid of Ethiopia’s repressive and discredited regime, which now emulates the military dictatorship it ousted.

Netanyahu’s victory: Now what President Obama?

Decision time for Obama Alan Hart says Netanyahu’s election victory leaves Obama with two options: to compel Israel to do the right thing, or to allow it to take the region and the world to hell.

Why a fourth Netanyahu term may be a good thing

Binyamin Netanyahu isolated Alan Hart says a Netanyahu victory would isolate Israel more and improve the chances of Western governments compelling it to end its defiance of international law and denial of justice for Palestinians.

Poll shows most UK Jews would vote for Netanyahu

David Cameron and Binyamin Netanyahu Gilad Atzmon considers the disturbing implications of a recent opinion poll, which found that more than two thirds of British Jews would vote for Binyamin Netanyahu at the upcoming Israeli parliamentary elections.