In a dramatic turn of events, Kachol Lavan, Israel’s largest opposition party, has split. The Hosen LeYisrael faction led by Benny Gantz is heading for a unity government with Benjamin Netanyahu while Yair Lapid’s Yesh Atid and Moshe Yaalon’s Telem continue to resist the prime minister’s entreaties. What does this shift mean for the Israeli opposition? How does it impact Prime Minister Netanyahu’s long-term political fortunes? And what will a Likud-Hosen LeYisrael unity government look like? Join our video briefing with Policy Director Michael Koplow as we address these and other pressing questions.