Vote by rote? Yossi Mekelberg, senior consulting research fellow at Chatham House
There is a saying in Russia that whenever two Jews come together, there are at least three opinions. This was fully borne out by the latest Israeli election, which, after months of electioneering, resulted in yet another stalemate, with 13 parties now angling to form a new government. What does this new round of political uncertainty mean for the country and for the region as a whole?