Mayday for Oslo

Singer, Joel
March 1999
National Interest;Spring99, Issue 55, p25
Focuses on the 1993 Oslo Agreement between Israel and the Palestinians. Information on the Oslo Agreement's concept of a five-year interim period of autonomy; Legal considerations; Hidden agendas of leaders of both countries.


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