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How Economic Anxiety Could Determine Israel’s Next Election

David Rosenberg
David Rosenberg
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David Rosenberg
David Rosenberg

Yair Lapid has between now and November 1 to show Israeli voters that he is prime minister material. That isn’t a lot of time, and he has no shortage of challenges: the shadow war with Iran, the risk of resurgent Palestinian attacks, of course, an opponent in the form of Benjamin Netanyahu, a master of spin who can exploit any crisis that emerges to the hilt.

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