Sunday, December 7, 2014

This story on a poll within Likud shows their selection of a More right-wing leader would give them at least as many seats as under Netanyahu....  The Israelis can show us a thing or two about polarization, when a right-wing party has incentives to drift further to the right.  Classic collective action problems, when the interests of all run counter to the interests of the smaller players whose actions produce the outcomes for all.   What to do.... what to do....  Maybe we could swap leaders, let them come over here and work on the color line and fiscal policy, while ours go over there and try to come up with a sustainable Israel/Palestine bargain.


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