(Recorded March 21, 2015) This Week: (1) A political news roundup; (2) the Israeli elections; (2) the GOP’s budget battle; and (3) the killing of Boris Nemstov.
This Week’s Links:
Given this week’s show, we thought you might find these interesting.
- Lessons To Be Learned From Netanyahu’s Victory | Ottomans and Zionists
- Transformation of U.S.-Israel Alliance Coming — NYMag
- Bibi Walks Back — The Atlantic
- When Bibi Won, AIPAC Lost — Atlantic Mobile
- Conservative Rabbis Break Ranks, Rip Bibi On Arab Comments | The Jewish Week
- Bibi Will Make History — The New York Times
- Netanyahu Dodges the Cross — The Atlantic
- Netanyahu’s Vision for Post-Democratic Israel — NYMag
- Deep Wounds and Lingering Questions After Israel’s Bitter Race
- Netanyahu Closes Hard Right and Racist
- Does the Outcome of the Election Even Matter for Israeli Foreign Policy? | Ottomans and Zionists
- House Republicans Propose Budget With Deep Cuts
- Chasm Grows Within G.O.P. Over Spending
- G.O.P. Is Divided as Budget Bills Start Piling Up
- Marco Rubio and Mike Lee’s tax plan is dividing conservatives. Here’s why.
- BBC News – Who killed Russia opposition politician Boris Nemtsov?
- Vladimir Putin’s friend Ksenia Sobchak flees Russia because of support for Boris Nemtsov | Daily Mail Online
- A Kremlin Conspiracy Gone Wrong? by Amy Knight | NYRblog | The New York Review of Books