Having successfully lobbied an EU forum to vote against boycotting Israeli settlements, an Israeli advocacy group shares the secret of what makes effective hasbara.
This week, we delve into world of diplomacy, whether straightforward or via literature.
Israel is deeply divided over many issues of state and religion, but how does it look from the outside?
Dr Ron Pundak, one of the architects of the Oslo Accord, evaluates its strengths and weaknesses in paving the path towards Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations, 20 years on.
A double victory: Bye-bye TV licence fee, farewell extortionate banking fees – The Cost of Doing Business
The Israeli Broadcast Authority (IBA) will be dismantled and the most-hated tax in Israel, the television license fee, will be cancelled – all part of a huge overhaul of Israel’s public broadcaster. How will the planned reform impact Israeli media?
The iconic monster slide in Jerusalem is under threat of destruction, and learn what the Jerusalem Municipality is doing to confront naughty dogs.
Chef Avi Konforti gives a tour of his Topolopompo restaurant, the most expensive restaurant to be built in Israel.
Israeli basketball legend Shay Doron joins Ari Louis on the line from Russia to discuss her career amid the Russian cold and regional turmoil.
TLV1′s Ron Jacobson spoke to UK-based soundtrack artist Niv Adiri, days before he won the prestigious Academy Award for the sci-fi movie Gravity
Last Friday, Tel Aviv turned into a large multicultural racing course. But following school closures and extensive traffic disruptions, the sporting event of the year was received with mixed feelings.
The revolution in the Ukraine is still unfolding, yet some representatives of the Jewish community there have called for taking precautionary measures, saying that Jewish institutions may be attacked as tensions in the capital are running high.