Israel at the Polls 1999: Israel: the First Hundred Years, Volume III

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Daniel J. Elazar, M. Ben Mollov
Routledge, 3. 4. 2020 - Počet stran: 344
The 1999 Israeli elections focused on the character of the main political contenders for prime minister - Binyamin Netanyahu and Ehud Barak. Along with Barak's victory, the Israeli public made important statements concerning the shape and direction of Israeli political culture with a hope of a centrist vision. Leading Israeli political scientists discuss the revival of the Israeli left and the increased strength of ethnic Sephardi, Russian and Arab electorates. They also examine the place of foreign policy, media, and other socio-economic factors on the outcome of the election.

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Elections 1999 The Interplay between Character Political Culture and Daniel J Elazar and M Ben Mollov
The Downfall of the National Camp? Ami Pedahzur
Israeli Russian Parties and the New Immigrant Vote Vladimir Khanin
The Centre Party Efraim Torgovnik
Foreign Policy in the 1999 Israeli Elections Gerald M Steinberg
External Factors in Israels 1999 Elections Barry Rubin
The Shift to Alternative Media Eytan Gilboa with Yaron Katz
La Belle Epoque? A Comparison of Party Platform and Television Propaganda Atara FrenkelFaran and
Women in the 1999 Elections Still a Glass Ceiling? Yael Yishai
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Daniel J. Elazar was Professor of Political Science at Temple University and Senator N. M. Paterson Professor of Intergovernmcntal Relations at Bar-han University. He was the Founder and President of the Jerusalem Centre for Public Affairs, and the initiator of the ‘Israel at the Polls’ series which has explored every Israeli Knesset election since 1 977. M. Ben Mollov is an Associate of the Jerusalem Centre for Public Affairs and a Iecwrer in Political Science in the Interdisciplinary Department of Social Sciences at Bar-han University. Formerly he served as Co-ordinator of the Department of Political Science at Bar-han’s Regional College in Ashkelon. He also co-ordinates the Project for Arab—Jewish Dialogue under the auspices of Bar-han University’s Programme in Conflict Resolution.

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