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Meron Benvenisti, Son of the Cypresses: Memories and Regrets from a Political Life Review by Ruth Amir

Gadi Ben Ezer, The Migration Journey: The Ethiopian Jewish Exodus Review by Marian Reiff

Uri Bialer, Cross on the Star of David: The Christian Word in Israel’s Foreign Policy—1967 Review by Neville Lamdan

Jakob Feldt, The Israeli Memory Struggle: History and Identity in the Age of Globalization Review by Uri Ram

Esther Fuchs, ed., Israeli Women’s Studies: A Reader Review by Harriet Hartman

David Hulme, Identity, Ideology and the Future of Jerusalem Review by Ned Lazarus

Edy Kaufman, Walid Salem, and Juliette Verhoeven, eds., Bridging the Divide: Peacebuilding in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Review by Sarah E. Yerkes

Zeev Maoz, Defending the Holy Land: A Critical Analysis of Israel’s Security and Foreign Policy Review by Brent E. Sasley

Michael B. Oren, Power, Faith and Fantasy—America in the Middle East, 1776 to the Present Review by Zvi Ra’anan

Yoram Peri, Generals in the Cabinet Room: How the Military Shapes Israeli Policy Review by David Tal

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Assaf Shapira

their position and intended to establish a committee of ministers to discuss, among other issues, Poraz’s proposal ( Wurgaft 2003 ). However, only in January 2004 did the Cabinet decide to establish such a committee. 16 Two committee members, Poraz and

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Yechiam Weitz

Cabinet members favored putting a stop to the discussion of an additional committee, in order to protect “the honor of the State of Israel.” The small state was vulnerable, and its leaders “should do much to defend its honor.” Although its physical assets

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Udi Sommer

solution, and the agitation included players from across the political spectrum. As neither the meaning nor the implications of the ICJ’s convoluted legal opinion were utterly clear, the prime minister convened a special Cabinet meeting with the attorney

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Maoz Rosenthal

theoretical value to other cases? Israel is an OECD country with a multi-party parliamentary system characterized by high representation of a multitude of preferences and positions ( Bargsted and Kedar 2009 ), alongside varying levels of cabinet stability that

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Kobi Peled, Thomas Mitchell, Kenneth Waltzer, Brent E. Sasley, Hillel Cohen and Laura Zittrain Eisenberg

important secular Zionist leader of inter-war Polish Jewry who chaired the Jewish Agency’s Rescue Committee during the Holocaust and became a minister in David Ben-Gurion’s first cabinet. Friling’s volume explores the linkages among European Jewish history

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Amir Goldstein

. “ Menachem Begin as a Member of the Cabinet (1967–1970) .” [In Hebrew.] Cathedra 141 : 133 – 158 . Weizman , Ezer . 1981 . The Battle for Peace: Personal Observation . [In Hebrew.] Tel Aviv : Idanim . Zeigerman , Dror . 2013 . The Liberal

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Naomi Chazan, Morad Elsana, Ian S. Lustick, Sam Lehman-Wilzig, Gideon Rahat, Eliezer Ben-Rafael, Daphne Inbar and Oren Barak

’ [ sic ] policy outputs” (xiii). He does quite a good job of detailing just how that is carried out in practice within three main political spheres of influence: the government (cabinet), Knesset committees, and the executive bureaucracy. Although the

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Hillel Cohen

abortive attempt to install a Palestinian cabinet under Egyptian auspices at the end of 1948, declared Jerusalem as its capital (even before the state of Israel did so, on 5 December 1949). The founding congress of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO

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Rebranding Desolation

The Allure of Israel’s Desert Landscapes

Amelia Rosenberg Weinreb

“campaign to brand the Negev as a housing target and attractive place of opportunity will be launched” (PMO 2013), enunciating as a core goal to close the gap between respective opportunities and lifestyles in the center and the periphery. The Cabinet