Israel at the Polls 1999: Israel: the First Hundred Years, Volume III
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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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
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1999 elections According Agreement American Arab attacks Barak became become Begin called camp campaign candidates cent central Centre party coalition compared continued critical decision decline Deri direct economic electoral establishment ethnic example fact factors figures foreign formed former gained Ha’aretz head ideological immigrants important increase institutions interests internal Israel Israeli issues Jerusalem Jewish joined Knesset leaders leadership leading less Likud major March Meretz Mordechai movement Natan Sharansky Netanyahu noted opinion organization Palestinian party’s peace process Peres platform political polls position Post Press prime minister programmes question Rabbi reasons received regarding relations religious parties representation represented right-wing Russian seats sector secular Shas showed social society Soviet success surveys television towns traditional Union United vote voters women Yisrael B’aliya