As Arab Spring continues, Israel plays central role in broad focus of American foreign policy
Jewish People articles on Democracy Chronicles
Although relatively difficult to define, the Jewish people are a nation and ethnoreligious group originating from the Israelites (or Hebrews) of the Ancient Middle East's Levant. A minority in every country in which they live (except Israel), they have frequently experienced persecution throughout history, resulting in a population that has fluctuated both in numbers and distribution. Also see our section on World Democracy and our articles on Israel and the Middle East.
Florida Jewish Voters Have Historically Been Swing Votes in Vitally Important State
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Israel Thanks Obama: Defense Minister is grateful for Obama’s decision to reinforce security cooperation.
Reports suggest that unstable Israeli government unlikely to move forward with reforms
Deputy Secretary of State Heads to Israel Amid Early Signs of Difficulty for Peace Efforts
Israel and Palestine Trade Blame Amid Dwindling Prospects for Peace and Reconciliation
Governing Coalition and Israeli Politics Rocked by Row Over Future of New Unapproved Settlements
Livni and Mofaz Compete to Lead Opposition to Netanyahu as Israeli Primary Sees Tight Race
New Yorker Article on Israel and Democracy: Here is a link from the New Yorker by David Remnick about democracy in Israel.