Lancaster, Pat
January 2001
Middle East;Jan2001, Issue 308, p22
Focuses on Ehud Barak's resignation as prime minister of Israel. Announcement that he will run for prime minister again in an election scheduled in February 2001; Views of political analysts regarding the resignation of Barak; Other candidates for the position of Israel's prime minister.


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