May 7, 2008 6:04 PM

At 60, Israel's future remains in doubt

In the 60 years since its contentious post-Holocaust founding, Israel has carved out a delicate bubble for itself in the Middle East. Israel has a thriving economy, the region's most lively democracy and its strongest military machine. But its achievements have come largely in isolation from the surrounding realities that threaten to burst Israel's bubble.

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