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The wiliest politician in the Middle East is back – but not in charge

Benjamin Netanyahu has won a staggering sixth term in office – but his alliance with the disreputable right is inching Israel close to catastrophe

18 March 2023

9:00 AM

18 March 2023

9:00 AM

Bibi: My Story Benjamin Netanyahu

Threshold Editions, pp.736, 25

Bibi is back. Benjamin Netanyahu has returned to the prime ministership of Israel two years after a motley coalition of his many enemies banded together to topple him. With him removed from power and facing trial on corruption charges, many assumed that the Netanyahu era was over. They under-estimated the wiliest politician in the Middle East.

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