This book is an analysis of the struggle between Israel's hawks and doves for control of national policy. It explores the inner workings of Israel's major parties and assesses the interaction between domestic political combat, internal succession and identity crises, and Israeli policy on key issue.
Table of Contents
The Role of Israeli Political Parties in Foreign Policy: An Historical Overview -- Parties and Foreign Policy in the Pre-State Era -- Internal Politics and Foreign Policy: 1948–1967 -- Consequences of the June War -- Foreign Policy and the Crisis in the Labor Party -- The National Religious Party Since the June War -- Herut Since 1967 -- Israeli Foreign Policy Under the Labor Regime -- Israeli Politics Since the June War -- Conclusion
Samuel J. Roberts