The globalization of the conflict

The concatenation of global pressures on domestic and foreign affairs is denying the Israeli government the free hand it once had.

By ILAN BARUCH
March 5, 2014 11:05
3 minute read.
There could well be international intervention through a new UN Security Council resolution

There could well be international intervention through a new UN Security Council resolution. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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