How to make peace and stay in power

Makovsky, David
November 1998
U.S. News & World Report;11/30/98, Vol. 125 Issue 21, p38
Focuses on Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's participation in the Wye peace agreement, a land-for-peaced deal which was ratified by his government in November, 1998. Percentage of Israelis in support of the United States-brokered agreement; Question of how Netanyahu can make peace and still stay in office; Ze'ev Binyamin Begin as a potential challenger to Netanyahu; Netanyahu's strategy to ward off a right-wing challenge; How a labor victory would be suicidal for the Likud Party.


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