The co-author of Start-Up Nation joins us to look at the damage the Israeli economy has taken this year and how it can be repaired.
Will Sudan become the third member of the Arab League this year to normalize ties with Israel? Rumors and mixed messages abound. Here’s what we know.
The Budgets Department sees everything through the lens of fiscal restraint, but growing a country requires a different understanding, as well as a broader sense of responsibility.
The Israeli journalist joins us to talk about the group of people in his country who are responsible, and the group of people who because of them don’t have to be responsible.
The country’s civil servants don’t hide money from politicians and the public intentionally—they just doesn’t know how to wisely spend it all.
The American and Israeli governments both feature elite cadres of able managers, but the U.S. Congress has outmaneuvered its budget bureaucrats in a way that the Knesset has not.
The two giants of Jewish literature come together for a wide-ranging discussion centered around his new book on the seminal Hebrew writers of modernity.
How does Israel keep functioning despite constant political turmoil? Meet the opaque group of unelected bureaucrats that the country’s politicians rely on to save it from themselves.
When one Jewish summer camp “bombed” another with leaflets excoriating its lack of commitment to Hebrew and Zionism.
An interview with the senior adviser to the president on the thinking behind the deal, and America’s role in the Middle East.