Over the past two decades, with the common public perception that the right has largely delivered on its promise for personal security while sidelining the peace negotiations, the idea of working towards a peace agreement became not only unfeasible but even seemingly irrelevant. The shrinking of electoral power is reflected in a near erasure of the peace process from the public discourse. This essay reflects on the decline of the Israeli left and the necessary steps in creating a vision and a way forward for supporters of liberal democracy in Israel.
Heinrich Böll Stiftung Tel Aviv
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