Israel: Can A "Secular Revolution" Save The Peace Process?

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak is working overtime--and against the odds--to reach a peace deal with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. That's why the two leaders were expected to meet with President Bill Clinton in the wings of the U.N. Millennium summit in New York on Sept. 6. But Barak's political survival is likely to hinge on a battle he is waging at home to win the hearts, minds, and--most important--votes of 1 million immigrants from the former Soviet Union.

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