Israelis head to the polls this week for the second time this year, due to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's failure to achieve a critical parliamentary coalition after the April elections. Netanyahu has enjoyed historic popularity, but this vote comes as…
By Ryan Chilcote
Israel’s legislature, the Knesset, has voted to dissolve itself barely a month after forming due to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s failure to establish a coalition government within the given timeframe. An unprecedented second election will occur in September -- shortly…
Israeli voters went to the polls Tuesday to choose a prime minister and 120 members of the legislature. With election results too close to call, both Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Blue and White coalition opponent, Benny Gantz, are…
President Bush's comments about "appeasement" of dictators touched off a firestorm on the presidential campaign trail. Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the remarks, as well as Hillary Clinton's West Virginia win and recent GOP losses in state contests.
Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama takes issue with President Bush's perceived criticism of his foreign policy positions, while the GOP lost a House seat in Mississippi, following other losses in Louisiana and Illinois.
Moshe Arens, a top adviser to Israel's newly-elected Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, discusses the escalating conflict with the Palestinians.
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