January 14, 2013

Ehud Barak's Last Battle

Jonathan Tepperman, Foreign Affairs

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If there's one indisputable fact about this most polarizing of figures, it's that he is hard to get rid of -- and every retreat, even his most recent withdrawal from political life, lays the groundwork for an eventual counterattack.

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