Israeli Politics in the 1990s: Key Domestic and Foreign Policy Factors

Israeli Politics in the 1990s: Key Domestic and Foreign Policy Factors

Israeli Politics in the 1990s: Key Domestic and Foreign Policy Factors

Israeli Politics in the 1990s: Key Domestic and Foreign Policy Factors

Synopsis

Well-known experts analyze current and future trends that have transformed Israeli politics, focusing on the movement of the body politic to the right-of-center and the growing hold of the Likud. They point to key factors that will shape Israeli's role in the Middle East in the 1990s, the role of religious and settler movements, the linkage of domestic politics to Arab-Israeli peace and the future of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, and demographic, attitudinal, and other matters affecting governmental leadership and policymaking. They also discuss the impact of Jewish immigration to Israel from the Soviet Union.
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