Ajami, Fouad
February 1998
New Republic;02/23/98, Vol. 218 Issue 8, p19
Calls for the administration of U.S. President Bill Clinton to act upon the challenges to the nation caused by the weakness of the policy toward Iraq as revealed during Desert Storm in 1991. Consequences of the attacks led by the U.S. against Iraq on Arab nations; Lack of support from Egypt for U.S. actions; Factors contributing to the deterioration of the authority of the U.S. in Middle Eastern lands including Israel.


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