The wherefores of Wye

Darwish, Adel
December 1998
Middle East;Dec98, Issue 285, p4
Focuses on the Wye agreement, considered as a historic breakthrough by the international community but a challenge for the United States, Israeli and Palestinian leaders. American President Bill Clinton's promise of aid to Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu; Arafat and Netanyahu's blaming of each other for failure of the talks. INSET: Report from Ramallah, by Simon Trevarthen and Rula Sharkawi..


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