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About Kevjn Lim

Kevjn Lim is an independent, Middle East-based writer and contributing analyst at Open Briefing: The Civil Society Intelligence Agency.  

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Clare Sambrook

Clare Sambrook, investigative journalist, co-edits Shine a Light.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Bibi’s upset comeback

After a last minute electoral upset, Israeli Prime Minster Benyamin Netanyahu will almost certainly form a new government. What does a fourth term for Bibi mean for Israel, Palestine and the wider region? 

What Rouhani may mean for Iranians

Rouhani’s positive reputation among western powers when he led Iran’s nuclear negotiations provides Khamenei, if he wants, with the pretext for greater flexibility at this critical point.

Israel votes, and surprises

What Israel badly needs is genuine political leadership of the sort that doesn’t shy away from speaking truth to power. So how did it do in the elections?

Kadima: not yet another centrist casualty

Centrist parties have historically not fared well for a variety of structural reasons in Israeli politics. Despite an auspicious start for Kadima in 2005, it too seems doomed. Can the newly elected chairman of the centrist Kadima party, Shaul Mofaz, succeed where others have failed?

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