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Volume :18 Issue : 2 1990      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Conflict and Consensus among the Governing Alliances in Israel

Auther : Shafeeq Ghabra

By exploring the politics of the Israeli ruling coalitions 1948. This study analyzes Israeli policy towards security and land. It also reviews the available literature to examine the overall trends and consensus among students of the Israeli political system. The paper covers the nature of the ruling alliance between 1948-67, the impact of the 1967 and 1973 wars on Israeli politics, the rise of the Liked and the fundamentalist movement, the Liked coalition from 1977-83, the coalition government since 1984, and the present and potential impact of the Intifada uprising on political forces in Israel. It is assumed that the current split among political parties will create further stalemate and lack of decision covering the future of the occupied territories. It is suggested that the Intifada has forced Israel into a process of transformation that may bring about a new riling coalition with new attitudes towards peace, security and the rights of the Palestinians. But such a shift may only mature as a result of a combination of forces, and the prospects in the near future seem to lie in further suffering in the occupied Palestinian territories.

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