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Israel’s election: what next for Netanyahu? | The Economist

Binyamin Netanyahu, Israel’s prime minister, is campaigning in the country’s fourth election in two years—while also standing trial on corruption charges. Will this election mark a shift in Israel’s political landscape?

00:00 - Four elections in two years: why?
00:57 - How is Netanyahu polling?
01:59 - Netanyahu’s corruption charges
03:03 - What’s next for the corruption trial?
04:33 - What led to government collapse
05:34 - Where has Netanyahu gone wrong?
07:21 - Who could be the next prime minister?
09:32 - Israel & America: what could change?
10:48 - What next for Palestine?
11:50 - Could the West Bank be annexed?

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