The recent crisis in Israel can be traced back to the leadership style of Benjamin Netanyahu, according to an article in The New York Times Magazine. Israel’s longest-serving prime minister has been accused of pushing the nation into a state of chaos.
The article, based on interviews with more than 50 of Netanyahu’s acquaintances, friends, current and former associates, critics, and biographers, provides insight into Netanyahu’s personality and political maneuvering.
Netanyahu’s leadership style is described as “combative,” “paranoid,” and “obsessive.” He is known for his “us vs. them” mentality and his tendency to view any criticism as a personal attack.
Netanyahu’s leadership style has alienated many Israelis, including some of his former allies. Many Israelis are calling for a change in leadership and a return to a more moderate political climate.
Read more at The New York Times.