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OCT 23, 2014 - Eurasia Review

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Kahlon, Barak: Alternatives To Bibi? – Analysis

By Bü?ra Nur Özgüler In Israel, where early elections have become a tradition, discussions on an early election have already begun. Nevertheless, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu indicated that he is strongly against early elections, saying that they are the last thing that Israel needs right now. He also called on members of the parliamentary coalition […] The post Kahlon, Barak: ...

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OCT 09, 2014 - The Economist

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The politics of Lebanon: The state that didn’t fail—yet

AS ONE of the Arab world’s earliest collapsed states, Lebanon has a lot going for it. The country may have been ruined by 15 years of civil war, but it is far wealthier than its big neighbour, Syria; it enjoys a degree of political liberty; and, by the region’s standards, its society is tolerant.Under a power-sharing deal that ended the ...

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