April 6, 2012

Israel Wary of Changing Arab World

Juliane von Mittelstaedt, Der Spiegel

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For decades, Israel had been hoping for change in the Arab world. Yet now that the region is in upheaval, its not just Israeli citizens who are concerned. The government has shown a preference for walling itself in rather than exploring new opportunities.

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