Israel deals with an uneasy status quo—it both loathes Hamas and depends on it. For ordinary Gazans, the situation is far worse. To escape this trap, Israel needs to do better on alternatives.
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An amendment to guidelines for women’s service alongside Orthodox men provoked roiling controversy.
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The Knesset is considering a bill that would ease the burdens of sentencing terrorists to death in Israeli military courts and expand the possibility of such sentencing in civilian criminal courts.
A review of the Supreme Court of Israel’s recent ruling.
Takeaways from a recent Hebrew University international law workshop on the Tallinn Manuals on Cyber Operations.
A review of the Supreme Court of Israel’s decision last week on “pressure techniques” applied during interrogations of terrorism suspects.
Last week, I wrote for Lawfare's feed at Foreign Policy about the ambiguity in the president's Dec. 6 announcement that the United States will recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The piece begins:
Israel’s Settlement Regularization Law: The Attorney General’s Extraordinary Brief and What it Means for Israel’s Legal Stance on Illegal Settlements
The Israeli Settlement Regularization Law is being challenged on constitutional grounds and its most consequential critic is Israel’s own attorney general.