The Israeli public voted decidedly to the right in the recent Knesset elections. While the clear outcome will resolve the crisis in the political system, reflected in the five rounds of elections in three and a half years, it brings with it significant challenges for many domestic issues – such as the relations between the Jewish majority and the Arab minority, and Israel’s democratic character – as well as for foreign policy issues, including relations with the United States and the policy toward the Palestinians. What do the election results reveal about Israeli society, and what challenges await the new government?
Israele. Le sfide interne ed esterne per il nuovo governo (Ori Wertman, Meir Elran, INSS)