Domestic inputs into foreign policy making: the case of the settlement issue *

@article{Yishai1982DomesticII,
  title={Domestic inputs into foreign policy making: the case of the settlement issue *},
  author={Y. Yishai},
  journal={Review of International Studies},
  year={1982},
  volume={8},
  pages={171-185}
}
  • Y. Yishai
  • Published 1982
  • Sociology
  • Review of International Studies
The question of the Israeli settlement in the occupied territories has become a focal point for the political system, an issue of 'high politics' affecting values and symbols important to Israeli society as a whole. Indeed, the settlement issue may be described as having a significant bearing both on the domestic scene and on Israel's posture in the international arena. Domestically, it has been a subject of acute controversy and intense power struggles. Externally, the settlements have aroused… Expand
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