This article informs that until recently, neoconservatism seemed remotely related to the Israeli political landscape. Not only it was noted that Israeli politics lack a conservative foundation, but also the combination of a hawkish foreign policy and a free market economy lacked a designated constituency. In the United States, neoconservatism has made an impressive comeback into the public discourse less than a decade after its own forefathers wrote its eulogies, and is claimed to underscore the policies of U.S. President George W. Bush administration.
- UNITED States
- BUSH, George W. (George Walker), 1946-
- INTERNATIONAL relations
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