Even Without Rivals, Netanyahu Can't Help but Watch His Back

The prime minister makes a series of anguished flip-flops meant to ensure he remains his party's leader, but ends up back in square one; meanwhile, his coalition partners accuse him of swinishness for hoarding ministerial portfolios.

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After making a spectacular and unforgettable U-turn, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu found himself, limping and bruised, back at square one, the place from which he’d embarked confidently on his path. The...