CIA's New Mideast Role: Referee

Landay, Jonathan S.; Prusher, Ilene R.
October 1998
Christian Science Monitor;10/27/98, Vol. 90 Issue 233, p1
Discusses the role the that United States Central Intelligence Agency will play in ensuring that the peace agreement signed by Israel and Palestine in October of 1998 is implemented. Concerns that increased CIA involvement in the Middle East will open up the US to greater terrorist threats; The work that the CIA has done in the past with security forces from both Israel and Palestine; Why many feel that Israel and Palestine trust the CIA more than they trust each other.


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