Putting Bibi in a Corner

Garvey, Leslie
January 2013
Foreign Policy in Focus;1/18/2013, p2
The article deals with the expected victory of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the January 2013 general elections. According to the author, Netanyahu's current dominance is attributed to disorganization and apathy in the Israeli left. Israeli border securuty, illegal immigration and the Iranian threat are some of the priorities of Netanyahu. She notes the growing popularity of Netanyahu's former aide Naftali Bennett in right-wing Israeli politics.


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