Coasting to a re-election

Album, Andrew
January 1999
Middle East;Jan99, Issue 286, p15
Assesses the political strength of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. Factors that contribute to Netanyahu's prospects for re-election; Crises that confronted the prime minister's administration; Significance of the Middle East process for Netanyahu's political career.


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