The results of Israel's elections in late October signaled the return to power of longtime Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who leads a coalition of right wing parties that will be sure to change and intensify conservative and nationalist trends in Israeli domestic and foreign policy. Following up on recent analysis within FPRI's Middle East Program, Senior Fellows Joshua Krasna and Brandon Friedman will join Director of Research James Ryan to discuss the components of the government that Netanyahu has formed, and what it means for shifting power arrangements in the Middle East.
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Brandon Friedman - Brandon Friedman is a Senior Fellow in the Middle East Program at the Foreign Policy Research Institute and Director of Research at the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle East and African Studies at Tel Aviv University.
Joshua Krasna - Joshua Krasna is a 2023 Templeton Fellow and Senior Fellow in the Foreign Policy Research Institute’s Middle East Program. He is an analyst specializing in Middle East political and regional developments and forecasting, as well as in international strategic issues.