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Israel Under Netanyahu by Robert O. Freedman

Title Israel Under Netanyahu
Author Robert O. Freedman
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-12-10
Category Israel
Total Pages 352
ISBN 0367358727
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Examining Benjamin Netanyahu's more than a decade-long period as Israel's Prime Minister, this important book evaluates the domestic politics and foreign policy of Israel from 2009-2019. This comprehensive study assesses Israel's main political parties, highlights the special position in Israel of Israel's Arab, Russian and religious communities, appraises Netanyahu's stewardship of Israel's economy, and analyzes Israel's foreign relations. The scholars contributing to the volume are leading experts from both Israel and the United States and represent a broad spectrum of viewpoints on Israeli politics and foreign policy. The case studies cover the Likud party, the non-religious opposition parties such as Labor, Meretz, and Yesh Atid, the Arab parties, the religious parties and the Russian-based Yisrael B'Aliyah party, and present analyses of the ups and downs of Israel's relations with the United States, the American Jewish Community, Iran, Europe, the Palestinians, the Arab World, Russia, China, India, and Turkey as well as Israel's challenges in dealing with terrorism. Another highlight of the book is an assessment of Netanyahu's leadership of the Likud party, which seeks to answer the question as to whether Netanyahu is a pragmatist interested in a peace deal with the Palestinians or an ideologue who wants Israel to hold on to the West Bank as well as all of Jerusalem. This volume will be of interest to readers who wish to understand the dynamics of Israel during Benjamin Netanyahu's time as Prime Minister and are interested in the history and politics of Israel and the Middle East.

Israel Under Netanyahu by Robert O. Freedman

Title Israel Under Netanyahu
Author Robert O. Freedman
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2019-12-20
Category Political Science
Total Pages 318
ISBN 9781000751765
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Examining Benjamin Netanyahu’s more than a decade-long period as Israel’s Prime Minister, this important book evaluates the domestic politics and foreign policy of Israel from 2009-2019. This comprehensive study assesses Israel’s main political parties, highlights the special position in Israel of Israel’s Arab, Russian and religious communities, appraises Netanyahu’s stewardship of Israel’s economy, and analyzes Israel’s foreign relations. The scholars contributing to the volume are leading experts from both Israel and the United States and represent a broad spectrum of viewpoints on Israeli politics and foreign policy. The case studies cover the Likud party, the non-religious opposition parties such as Labor, Meretz, and Yesh Atid, the Arab parties, the religious parties and the Russian-based Yisrael B’Aliyah party, and present analyses of the ups and downs of Israel’s relations with the United States, the American Jewish Community, Iran, Europe, the Palestinians, the Arab World, Russia, China, India, and Turkey as well as Israel’s challenges in dealing with terrorism. Another highlight of the book is an assessment of Netanyahu’s leadership of the Likud party, which seeks to answer the question as to whether Netanyahu is a pragmatist interested in a peace deal with the Palestinians or an ideologue who wants Israel to hold on to the West Bank as well as all of Jerusalem. This volume will be of interest to readers who wish to understand the dynamics of Israel during Benjamin Netanyahu’s time as Prime Minister and are interested in the history and politics of Israel and the Middle East.

The Netanyahu Years by Ben Caspit

Title The Netanyahu Years
Author Ben Caspit
Publisher Macmillan
Release Date 2017-07-11
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 480
ISBN 9781250087065
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Benjamin Netanyahu is currently serving his fourth term in office as Prime Minister of Israel, the longest serving Prime Minister in the country’s history. Now Israeli journalist Ben Caspit puts Netanyahu’s life under a magnifying glass, focusing on his last two terms in office. "A biography of the steely Israeli prime minister that underscores his relentless, seemingly emotionless competitive drive ... A highly readable portrait of an enigmatic politician." - Kirkus Reviews Caspit covers a wide swath of topics, including Netanyahu’s policies, his political struggles, and his fight against the Iranian nuclear program, and zeroes in on Netanyahu’s love/hate relationship with the American administration, America’s Jews, and his alliances with American business magnates. A timely and important book, The Netanyahu Years is a primer for anyone looking to understand this world leader.

A Place Among The Nations by Binyamin Netanyahu

Title A Place Among the Nations
Author Binyamin Netanyahu
Publisher Bantam
Release Date 1993
Category History
Total Pages 467
ISBN UOM:39015029467670
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Israel's most charismatic spokesman traces the origins, history, and politics of the country's relationship with the Arab world and the West and offers a detailed plan for lasting peace. 35,000 first printing. $35,000 ad/promo.

Israel Under Netanyahu by Joel Peters

Title Israel Under Netanyahu
Author Joel Peters
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1997
Category
Total Pages 18
ISBN OCLC:313599492
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Bibi by Pfeffer

Title Bibi
Author Pfeffer
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2018-05-17
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781787380691
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For many in Israel and elsewhere, Benjamin Netanyahu is anathema, an embarrassment; yet he continues to dominate Israeli public life. How can we explain his rise, his hold on Israeli politics, and his outsized role on the world’s stage? In Bibi, Anshel Pfeffer reveals the formative influence of Netanyahu’s father and grandfather, who bequeathed to him a once-marginal brand of Zionism combining Jewish nationalism with religious traditionalism. In the Zionist enterprise, Netanyahu embodies the triumph of the underdogs over the secular liberals who founded the nation. Netanyahu’s Israel is a hybrid of ancient phobia and high-tech hope; of tribalism and globalism — just like the man himself. We cannot understand Israel today without first understanding the man who leads it.

Title The Resistible Rise of Benjamin Netanyahu
Author Neill Lochery
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release Date 2016-10-06
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9781472926128
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Benjamin Netanyahu is one of the longest serving Prime Ministers of Israel. For much of the world, Netanyahu is a right-wing nationalist zealot; for many Israelis he is a centrist who is too soft on Arabs and backs down too easily in a fight. Love him or loathe him, Netanyahu has been at the very centre of Arab-Israeli politics since 1990, when he became the telegenic Israeli spokesman for CNN's coverage of the Persian Gulf War, arguably ushering in the Americanization of the Israeli media. Netanyahu is famous for his TV skills, but there is so much more to reveal - good and bad - about the man and his place in Israeli, Middle Eastern and world political history. At present there is no major profile of Netanyahu in the English language, so the publication of this book is a landmark of considerable importance, especially as in March 2015 he was re-elected for a further term in office. Using the juncture of the Oslo Accords to take the reader back to Netanyahu's formative years, Neill Lochery, a renowned scholar of Middle Eastern politics and history, chronicles not only the Prime Minister's life but also the issues his career has encompassed, from the rise of militant Islam to the politics of oil; from the transformation of Israeli politics by the 24/7 cable news cycle to the US's changing role in the Middle East.

Title Netanyahu and Likud s Leaders
Author Gil Samsonov
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2020-03-10
Category Social Science
Total Pages 394
ISBN 9780429640469
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This research discusses the second-generation Likud leaders, known as the Princes, who have dominated Israeli politics for most of the last three decades: their relations with their parents and the extent to which they have followed in (or diverged from) their footsteps. The main theme seeks to explore the unique, perhaps unprecedented, socio-political phenomenon of generational duplication in a western-type democracy. This volume examines the ways and means through which the disciples of Zionist leader Zeev Jabotinsky managed not only to maintain lasting control of their mentor's creation – to transform after Israel's establishment from a small opposition party into the country's dominant and ruling party – but also hand down this political pre-eminence to their descendants. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is the son of Ben-Zion Netanyahu, "foreign minister" of Jabotinsky's movement. President Reuven Rivlin is the son of resistance warrior Rachel Rivlin. MP Benny Begin is the son of Menachem Begin. Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Tzipi Livni and many others were also part of those "Princes". A breakthrough in the world’s inter-generational research, the book is for readers interested in political science, sociology, and the politics of Israel and the Middle East.

Israel Under Fire by John Ankerberg

Title Israel Under Fire
Author John Ankerberg
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
Release Date 2009-09-01
Category
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9780736934541
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Israel Under Fire has the key ingredients for readers who track today's news, scriptural predictions, and Israel: Penetrating evaluation of Middle East events Expert understanding of Bible prophecy and end-times happenings Incisive Q-and-A with religious and political leaders such as Benjamin Netanyahu, former Israeli prime minister; Moshe Arens, three-time Israeli defense minister; and Adnan Husseini, Yasser Arafat's cousin and Palestinian Authority spokesman Ankerberg and DeYoung, co-host of Day of Discovery and noted prophecy expert, examine signs that point--now--toward apocalyptic conflict: Temple rebuilding Jewish religious leaders plan it on a site still controlled by Islam. Threats to Israel internally, a burgeoning Arab population; externally, instability from the Palestinians' Hamas-Fatah split. Iran's intentions: to "wipe Israel off the map..".possibly utilizing nuclear weapons. Readers will gain unparalleled insight into the massive historical currents converging on Israel...and promising to generate inescapable consequences for the West.

Israel Under Rabin by Robert O Freedman

Title Israel Under Rabin
Author Robert O Freedman
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2019-08-15
Category Political Science
Total Pages 270
ISBN 9780429720376
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The 1992 elections represented a watershed in Israeli politics. Returning to power for the first time in fifteen years, the Labor government, under Yitzhak Rabin, has implemented significant changes in foreign policy and domestic politics. Perhaps the most important changes were Israel's recognition of the PLO and the signing of the Declaration of

Title The Legacy of Benjamin Netanyahu and the State of Israel A Study of Human Rights Violations Civilian Suffering and Violent Extremism in Israel and Palestine
Author Dr. Mark O'Doherty
Publisher Lulu.com
Release Date 2019-04-17
Category Law
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9780359597642
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the wake of the 2019 Israeli legislative election, the current balance of power in Israel is held by smaller right-wing and religious parties - led by Aryeh Makhlouf Deri, Yaakov Litzman, Avigdor Lieberman, Rafi Peretz and Moshe Kahlon - having the power to encourage and convince Prime Minister Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu to work towards a Middle East peace plan, that would be just and fair to both Israelis and Palestinians... Consequently high-ranking European politicians have urged the EU to reject any US Middle East peace plan unless it is fair to Palestinians - which could also be a one-state solution; meaning that the Israeli government would have to grant equal democratic rights as well as freedom of movement to both Palestinians and Israelis; so that the Gaza blockade can finally be lifted... Critical, but also deeply sensitive and humane, this book explores social scientific and ethical approaches, so that a just social peace can finally be manifested in Palestine and Israel.

A Durable Peace by Benjamin Netanyahu

Title A Durable Peace
Author Benjamin Netanyahu
Publisher Grand Central Publishing
Release Date 2009-10-31
Category History
Total Pages 512
ISBN 9780446564762
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This examination of the Middle East's troubled history traces the origins, development and politics of Israel's relationship with the Arab world and the West. It argues that peace with the Palestinians will leave Israel vulnerable to Iraq and Iran.

From Rabin To Netanyahu by Efraim Karsh

Title From Rabin to Netanyahu
Author Efraim Karsh
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2013-11-05
Category History
Total Pages 360
ISBN 9781135254452
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Benjamin Netanyahu's 1996 election victory marked a major turnaround in his fortunes, for only a few months earlier his political career had seemed finished. This book examines what his victory means both domestically and internationally.

Bibi by Anshel Pfeffer

Title Bibi
Author Anshel Pfeffer
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2018-05-17
Category Israel
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781849049887
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For many in Israel and elsewhere, Benjamin Netanyahu is anathema, an embarrassment; yet he continues to dominate Israeli public life. How can we explain his rise, his hold on Israeli politics, and his outsized role on the world's stage?In Bibi, Anshel Pfeffer reveals the formative influence of Netanyahu's father and grandfather, who bequeathed to him a once-marginal brand of Zionism combining Jewish nationalism with religious traditionalism. In the Zionist enterprise, Netanyahu embodies the triumph of the underdogs over the secular liberals who founded the nation.Netanyahu's Israel is a hybrid of ancient phobia and high-tech hope; of tribalism and globalism -- just like the man himself. We cannot understand Israel today without first understanding the man who leads it.

Israel Under Siege by Raffaella A. Del Sarto

Title Israel Under Siege
Author Raffaella A. Del Sarto
Publisher Georgetown University Press
Release Date 2017-06
Category Political Science
Total Pages 296
ISBN 9781626164079
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Raffaella A. Del Sarto examines the creation of Israel's neo-revisionist consensus about security threats and regional order, which took hold of Israeli politics and society after 2000 and persists today. The failed Oslo peace process and the trauma of the Second Palestinian Intifada triggered this shift to the right. Conflicts with Hamas and Hezbollah and Iran's inflammatory rhetoric later created a feeling of being under siege. While Israel faces real security threats, Israeli politics and society have also been besieged by the politics of the neo-revisionist right. Lively political debate has been replaced by a general acceptance of the no-compromise approach to security and the Palestinians. The right, represented by Benjamin Netanyahu and Likud, has turned Israel away from the peace process and pushes maximalist territorial ambitions. But they have failed to offer a vision for an end to conflict, and there has been little debate about whether or not the hardline policies are counterproductive. Del Sarto explains this disappearance of dissent and examines the costs of Israel's policies. She concludes that Israel's feeling of being under siege has become entrenched, a two-state solution with the Palestinians is highly unlikely for the foreseeable future, and Israel's international isolation is likely to increase.

Understanding Israel by Joel Peters

Title Understanding Israel
Author Joel Peters
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2018-10-11
Category Political Science
Total Pages 292
ISBN 9781317297758
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The State of Israel is an unlikely powerhouse in a troubled region. Since 1948, Israel has retained its status as a democratic state without interruption. An investor-friendly environment and skilled workforce have led to a thriving economy, whilst the Israel Defense Forces are one of the most powerful armed forces in the world. Yet Israel is also blighted by a plethora of foreign, domestic and security challenges, some of which threaten the very fabric of the state. The cost of living continues to soar; political corruption appears endemic and the conflict with the Palestinians divides domestic opinion and sours Israeli foreign relations. Thus, contemporary Israel remains perplexing, resisting any straightforward categorizations or generalizations. This book provides a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary analysis of the external and internal threats, opportunities and issues facing contemporary Israel. The book comprises sixteen chapters written by recognized authorities in the field of Israeli Studies. Together, the chapters offer a detailed overview of Israel while separately they provide stand-alone coverage of specific topics under discussion. Part I examines the Israeli Political System, such as the Knesset, political parties and extra-parliamentary politics; Part II addresses issues in Israeli society, including the Israeli economy, the divides between Jews and Arabs, religious and secular Israelis and the struggle for gender equality; and Part III focuses on security, geopolitical and foreign policy challenges, looking at relations between Israel and the Jewish Diaspora, Israeli foreign policy, borders and settlements and regional security threats. By filling an important gap in the study of contemporary Israel, this book is of interest to multiple audiences, most notably students and scholars of Israeli politics, the Middle East and comparative politics.

Title Contemporary Israel Large Print 16pt
Author Robert O. Freedman
Publisher ReadHowYouWant.com
Release Date 2010-07-01
Category
Total Pages 800
ISBN 9781458781611
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Since its formation in 1948, and particularly since the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzak Rabin in 1995, Israel has experienced turbulent political change and numerous ongoing security challenges, including major party splits, collapsed peace talks with the Palestinians and Syria, nuclear threats from Iran, and even the specter of civil war as Israel withdrew from Gaza. This essential survey brings together Israeli and American scholars to provide a much-needed balanced introduction to Israel's domestic politics and foreign policy. Experts tackle this difficult subject in three parts; domestic politics, foreign policy challenges, and strategic challenges. Domestic topics include the Israeli Right and Left; religious, Russian, and Arab parties; the Supreme Court; and the economy. Part two discusses Israel's complicated and often fractious relationships with the Palestinians and the Arab world, as well as its improved relations with Turkey and India and continuing close relationship with the United States. The Israel-Hizbollah War of 2006 and existential threats to Israel, including the threat from Iran, are detailed in part three. This compelling and authoritative coverage provides students with the necessary framework to understand Israel's political past and present, as well as the direction Israel is likely to take in the future.

Netanyahu by Ben Kaspit

Title Netanyahu
Author Ben Kaspit
Publisher Birch Lane Press
Release Date 1998
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 279
ISBN STANFORD:36105023099901
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Granted access to their subject and his diary, friends, political allies, and critics, two Israeli journalists present a biography of Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister of Israel, featuring revelations about his private and public life. 25,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo.

Benjamin Netanyahu by Elisa Silverman

Title Benjamin Netanyahu
Author Elisa Silverman
Publisher Mitchell Lane Publishers, Inc.
Release Date 2015-09-01
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 63
ISBN 9781612286891
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This series gives kids from other parts of the world insight into various aspects of life in Israel today. Written and crafted by three authors currently living in Jerusalem, this series is the first of its kind to bring such insight to children. This narrative biography of Israel's outspoken prime minister includes his early life, young adulthood, political career, and challenges he faces in office.

Title Barrier The Seam of the Israeli Palestinian Conflict
Author Isabel Kershner
Publisher St. Martin's Press
Release Date 2014-12-16
Category Political Science
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781466887459
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this moving account of the barriers between Israelis and Palestinians, leading Israeli journalist Isabel Kershner traces the route of the wall Israel is building and reports its profound effects on people living on both sides. Kershner provides rich and insightful portraits of Israeli settlers feeling abandoned on the wrong side of the fence; Palestinian farmers angry at being cut off from their lands and groves; Arab families split up in a town now divided by the barrier; and Israelis protesting that it is an obstacle to peace. Exploring the reasons for the barrier and its political and moral implications, Kershner focuses on the people committed to their causes. As the future relationship between Israelis and Palestinians is being determined, Barrier: The Seam of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict is an important book that addresses one of the most controversial solutions.