Monthly Archives: May 2012

Pan-Arabism, Iran, and Turkey

Lost in all of the discussions of the Arab Spring is the reality that the movement thus far has not been about the throwing off of dictatorships and the rise of democratically elected governments so much as it has been … Continue reading

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Israel is going to the Polls – But not yet!

Nothing is certain in Israel until it is certain, and even then it is not necessarily so. We went to bed with the expectation that elections would take place in September only to awake this morning to a national unity … Continue reading

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Israel is going to the Polls

Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to go to the polls and hold elections on September 4 came as a surprise to most Israelis. With a total of no less than 74 members, the current government has enjoyed a degree of stability relatively unfamiliar to … Continue reading

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