Since there is very little real research in modern political sciences, the hiring of new lectureres in based on the political orientation of the faculty. This has nothing to do with merit or "enlightment" of the elite. The plan to bring back talented researchers to Israel has nothing to do with politcal scientists anyway, we've got plenty of them. The story is about breaking the self-sustained left monopoly on teaching, at least in the state-funded universities. Just for your information, "the Israeli neoconservative and nationalist right does not have scholars and cultural figures like its counterparts in the United States and Europe" - well, I don't think we have any ultra-left scholar figures of high caliber here in Israel either.
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