Israeli judicial reform could risk credit rating

Planned revisions by the newly-sworn in government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could affect the country's sovereign credit rating. By Erin Viner "If the announced judicial system changes set a…

Israel to reduce consumer costs

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has unveiled preliminary measures to ease inflation in a proactive response to the alarming situation impacting Israeli households. By Erin Viner Israel will cancel or cut…

Israeli election cycle kicks off

Political parties have submitted final lists of candidates for the unprecedented fifth national polling in four years. By Erin Viner Voters will head to the ballot boxes yet again on…

Political earthquake in Israel

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Foreign Minister Yair Lapid announced a joint decision to dissolve the 24th Knesset and hold early elections. By Jonathan Hessen and Erin Viner Israeli…

OECD: Israeli economy ‘remarkable, inspirational’

The Secretary General of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) highlighted Israel’s economic prowess during a visit to Jerusalem. By Jonathan Hessen and Erin Viner “Since Israel joined…

Israeli budget approved after 3.5-year stalemate

Approval of the 2022 national budget bolsters the stability and fiscal responsibility of the diverse, cross-partisan coalition government led by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett. By Erin Viner The vote of…

Knesset vote on new government 13 June

Israel’s Knesset will convene to vote on approving the coalition government proposed by Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid this coming Sunday, 13 June. “It’s happening!” a jubilant Lapid posted on…