Loss Leader

Halevi, Yossi Klein
May 2002
New Republic;5/27/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 20, p13
Focuses on Likud leadership in Israel. Actions taken by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon regarding relations with Palestine; Concerns over a Palestinian state and the possibility of permanent instability in the region; Ambivalence in the Israeli politics; Impact on Likud vote on the unity government; Discussion of forces of dissipation that the unity government has managed to contain.


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