The PLO Since the 1982 War

Khalidi, Rashid
December 1984
Harvard International Review;Dec1984, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p18
Academic Journal
The article an analysis two years after the Israeli invasion of Lebanon in its quest to finally destroy the Palestine Liberation Organization. The goal of Israeli for the invasion was not achieved and thus it becomes impossible to draw a line on what is conceived as an ongoing war. The only thing that observers and political analysts can do is to make an assessment on the effect of war relative to its main players the PLO, Israel, and Lebanon.


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