Frontlines Podcast: Was Netanyahu's two-state reversal worth it?

Was the move a stroke of genius, or a strategic error made in desperation?

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March 19, 2015 17:55

Frontlines Podcast: Was Netanyahu's two-state reversal worth it?

Frontlines Podcast: Was Netanyahu's two-state reversal worth it?

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won a surprise landslide in this week's elections. Knesset Reporter Lahav Harkov explains how it happened and it what it means about the future of Israeli politics. 


Then, Diplomatic reporter Herb Keinon and Washington Bureau Chief Michael Wilner weigh on the diplomatic challenges Netanyahu will face after giving up support for a two-state solution, a move that helped his electoral victory. Was the move a stroke of genius, or a strategic error made in desperation?

 
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