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Publisher's Summary

A portrait of the current Israeli prime minister, one of Israel's more noticeable leaders in recent decades.
Benjamin Netanyahu is currently serving his fourth term in office as prime minister of Israel, the longest serving prime minister in the country's history. Now Israeli journalist Ben Caspit puts Netanyahu's life under a magnifying glass, focusing on his last two terms in office. Caspit covers a wide swath of topics, including Netanyahu's policies, his political struggles, and his fight against the Iranian nuclear program, and zeroes in on Netanyahu's love/hate relationships with the American administration and America's Jews and his alliances with American business magnates. A timely and important book, The Netanyahu Years is a primer for anyone looking to understand this world leader.
©2017 Ben Caspit,Translation 2017 Ora Ccummings (P)2017 Recorded Books
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4 out of 5 stars
By Sox Fan on 04-26-18

Great reporting marred by minor editorializing

This is a superb book for understanding Benjamin Netanyahu. It recounts his life and major political actions, especially the Iran deal and Israeli– Palestinian peace efforts. When reporting, it is terrific. From time to time, there is an editorial aside, perfectly the right of the author, that nonetheless detracts from the straight reporting. Absolutely worth reading for those entries interested in the current situation among Israel and its neighbors.

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2 out of 5 stars
By kay on 06-11-18

weak

as someone who was near the events and near Mr Netanyau the writer seemingly and unfairly does not indicate his bias.

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