From Rabin to Netanyahu
Israel's Troubled Agenda
Edited by Efraim Karsh
Routledge – 1997 – 360 pages
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.
This book goes a long way to explaining at least the choices and room for manoeuvre Netanyahu has for the foreseeable future…so it presents a comprehensive account of the profound changes which Israel has undergone in the 1990s not only in attitudes and policies towards the peace process but in domestic policies as well vital addition to the literature" Israeli Perspectives
Journal Of Peace Research:
"Still, the book pays justice to the volatility and complexity of Israeli politics, and is interesting reading for researchers and students of Middle Eastern Politics."
"….a comprehensive, very useful and vey informative examination of Israel"s domestic agenda, of the peace process and of the Jewish state"s relations with its neighbours". Jeremy Bowen, BBC Middle East Correspondent