Telhami, Shibley
June 2003
Brookings Review;Summer2003, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p24
Academic Journal
Discusses the prospects of changing the Arabs' views on the U.S. and Iraq after the Iraq war in 2003. Views on whether the U.S. can overcome the negative views; Reasons for Arab suspicions that the war will decrease democracy; Issue on Arab-Israeli peace.


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