January 21, 2013

Which Way for Benjamin Netanyahu?

The Economist, The Economist

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If the opinion polls are right, Israel’s incumbent prime minister will retain his post but face harder choices than ever.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu

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