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Israel's Four Recent Elections: Policy, Ideology and the State of Israeli Democracy


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On April 7, Israeli political analyst Dahlia Scheindlin discussed the last four Israeli national elections since April 2019 and the changes in Israel's political landscape.

About the Event

With Israel's fourth election in just two years, Israeli political analyst and pollster Dahlia Scheindlin provided some historical context and discussed the state of Israel's politics and expectations for a new government. She also discussed what the results of the March 2021 election mean in terms of the general direction of the country, the major issues on the national agenda, and the future of democracy in Israel.

Discussion moderated by Professor Dov Waxman, The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation Chair in Israel Studies at UCLA and director of the Y&S Nazarian Center for Israel Studies. Originally recorded April 7, 2021.

Sponsored by the UCLA Y&S Nazarian Center for Israel Studies. Co-sponsored by the UCLA Department of Political Science.


About the Speaker

Credit: Eyal Warshavsky

Dahlia Scheindlin is an international political consultant and public opinion analyst based in Tel Aviv. She is one of the leading pollsters and political analysts in Israel associated with progressive causes and peace/conflict research. She has advised eight national campaigns in Israel and has worked in more than a dozen other countries. Scheindlin conducts research and policy analysis on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, regional foreign policy, democracy, human rights and civil rights, minority issues, religion and state, domestic political analysis, comparative conflict and comparative politics. She is a co-founder and columnist at +972 Magazine; a fellow at The Century Foundation; a visiting scholar at the UCLA Y&S Nazarian Center for Israel Studies; and policy fellow at Mitvim – the Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies. In addition, Scheindlin co-hosts the Tel Aviv Review podcast and Haaretz's "Election Overdose" podcast. Dr. Scheindlin holds a Master of Theological Studies degree from Harvard Divinity School and a Ph.D. in Political Science from Tel Aviv University.


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