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Tzipi Livni

Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni is one step closer to becoming the nation's first female prime minister since Golda Meir. The current prime minister, Ehud...

Music: Plenty Piano

Arthur Rubinstein's career was a gaudy parade of superlatives. After Vladimir Horowitz, he was the 20th century's most famous classical pianist as well as a...

MIDDLE EAST: Mission to Bucharest

Never before had an Israeli Premier been able to worship with fellow Jews in a Communist country. Last week, during an official visit to Rumania, Premier Golda...

ISRAEL: The Crisis That Became a Revolution

"Five years are enough. I have come to the end of the road. It is beyond my strength to continue carrying the burden." With those emotional words—spoken to...

ISRAEL: Mrs. Meir's House Divided

"It hasn't been such a good evening," said Prime Minister Golda Meir ruefully, as she arrived for a meeting with Israel's President Ephraim Katzir — beating...

World: Israel: An Heir for Golda Meir

TOWARD the end of last month, the leaders of Israel's governing Labor Party met four or five times in Tel Aviv to discuss the problems that would confront the...

ISRAEL: After Golda?

Will she or won't she? The most tantalizing question about the internal politics of Israel is whether Premier Golda Meir, 74, intends to continue in office...

ISRAEL: Disunity: The Enemy Within

In past military confrontations with its hostile neighbors, Israel could count on at least one decisive asset: its own unity, in contrast to debilitating...

ISRAEL: A New Boost for the Hawks

The Yom Kippur War caught Israel in the middle of an election campaign. For nearly a month, Israel's leading politicians, including Premier Golda Meir, 75, had...

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