Category: Party Politics in Israel

Kadima Undone

Mar 21, 2012

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Livni may win the Kadima party leadership vote, but the party will rupture, and the Mofaz-Dicter combo will have the political upper hand.

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A crystal ball on 2012

Jan 2, 2012

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The world will continue to coddle Abbas, even as he assaults Israel. Syria will be sundered into five states. Lieberman won’t be indicted. Netanyahu won’t call elections. And Obama will get “only” 68 percent of the Jewish vote.

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Ayatollah-land?

Dec 6, 2011

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Israeli opposition leaders need to cool the heated rhetoric about the “assault on democracy” in Israel. The hyperbole isn’t justified, and such irresponsible talk threatens to alienate Israel’s supporters around the world.

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The Lamentable Livni

Sep 16, 2011

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While it is her job as opposition leader to critique Netanyahu, Livni ought to exercise some restraint given the flammable moment Israel now faces, and given the fact that she offers no credible policy alternatives.

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