Pressing foreign policy matters mean Israel needs a strong, stable government after the election.
Well, Israelis will be going to the polling places yet again in a couple of weeks. There is a tendency to emphasize the importance of the election for domestic reasons: Yes Bibi no Bibi; are the Haredim part of the Israeli community or simply freeloaders; when will the damned virus finally leave us; how will we get all the unemployed back to work; is the High Court overreaching itself; and should it be cut down to size, etc., etc.
All of these matters are important, beyond doubt, not least the first of them. But international matters must not get lost in the shuffle.