Israeli Democrarcy & Politics

Gerald M. Steinberg.   “Netanyahu’s Foreign Policy: Between History, Geography, and International Anarchy,” Orient (Deutschen Orient-Institut, Berlin). 54.2  (2013)

Gerald M. Steinberg and Jonathan Rynhold.  “The Peace Process and the Israeli Elections.”  Special Issue: Israel Affairs (ed. Shmuel Sandler and Ben Mollov) Routledge 10:4  (Summer 2004):  pp. 181-204

Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Where Credit is Due: Reclaiming Begin’s Contribution to Making Peace.”  Menachem Begin Heritage Center.  (March 2004)

Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Starting Over After Oslo,” Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, Jerusalem Issue Brief.  2.6  (August 22, 2002)

​​Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Foreign Policy in the 1999 Israeli Elections.” Israel Affairs and Israel at the Polls: 1999 (Ed. Daniel Elazar and Ben Mollov; Publisher, London: Frank Cass, 2001).  7.2  (Winter, 2000) 

Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Barak’s Complex Foreign Policy Agenda.”  Jerusalem Letter.  No. 409  (July 1, 1999)

Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Palestinian Statehood, Autonomy or Confederation: The Impacts on Israeli Security.” Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, Jerusalem Letter.  No. 357  (May 1, 1997)

Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Peace, Security and Terror in the 1996 Elections.” Israel Affairs.  4.1  (Fall 1997).  pp: 209-236; and Israel at the Polls: 1996, edited by Daniel Elazar and Shmuel Sandler, (Frank Cass, London)

Gerald M. Steinberg.  “A Nation That Dwells Alone? Foreign Policy in the 1992 Elections,”  Israel at the Polls: 1992 , edited by Daniel Elazar and Shmuel Sandler, Rowman and Littlefield:  1994