There is no doubting Benjamin Netanyahu is a political survivor. The Israeli Prime Minister first took office back in 1996, and now in Israel's 2019 election, he's once again in prime position to bring together a ruling coaltion.
That's not to say Israel's elections weren't close. They definitely were.
But in Israel, politics is all about partnerships, and the way Netanyahu positioned himself before the vote has meant finding support after it, will be far easier for him and his Likud party.
So what will it all mean for Israel... and the region?
Akiva Eldar, columnist for Al-Monitor's Israel Pulse...
Yossi Mekelberg, Professor in International Relations at Regent's University
Mitchell Barak, CEO of Keevoon Global Research, and an adviser to the former Israeli President Shimon Peres.
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