The Kohelet Policy Forum strives to secure Israel's future as the nation-state of the Jewish people, to strengthen representative democracy, and to broaden individual liberty and free-market principles in Israel.
Live from the second day: The first day: The Abraham Accords: Towards a New Middle East? The First International Conference of the Shiloh Forum, Kohelet Policy Forum and Israel Hayom Date: October 21-22, 2020Time: 17:00 Israel, 10:00 US EDTThe conference will be recorded in English, with Hebrew and Arabic...
Overview: From the start of the Trump Administration, the U.S. has sought to reform the bloated United Nations. Peace-keeping missions were to be a central part of this reform, as they are the most expensive aspect of the UN’s operations, but commonly fail to deliver tangible results while being...
The most vulnerable farms are also the least efficient; mechanization is the key to both saving costs and avoiding pathogens.
Ambassador David Friedman spoke at the Pompeo conference held by the Kohelet Forum and the Shiloh Forum
REGARDING THE LEGALITY OF ISRAELI SETTLEMENTS IN JUDEA AND SAMARIA – SIGNIFICANCE AND IMPLICATIONS
After two decades of granting wage hikes with little to show for them, the Israeli public has the right to make some demands of its own from the teachers’ unions, mainly regarding introducing flexibility into the way teachers are employed
Why the anti-BDS laws legislated in 27 states are not only permissible but also just and do not contradict freedom of speech
Social and economic policy today generally ignores the broader meaning of welfare, according to which it must be determined whether it is right to subsidize certain population groups at the expense of others
Prof. Avi Bell, senior fellow at the Kohelet Policy Forum and an international law expert spoke on Al-Jazeera about the legality of the security fence, the ICJ's hypocrisy and on what the Palestinians ought to do if they ever want to reach reconciliation with Israel
Understanding the institutional and demographic differences between countries is important for the media and public discourse in Israel, which often call for increased government spending based on a simplistic comparison with other countries. Such understanding is especially important when these calls ignore the possible negative effect of increased government...