Enuf already

November 2000
Commonweal;11/03/2000, Vol. 127 Issue 19, p5
Illustrates the failure of two peacemaking efforts. Overview of the political situation in Yugoslavia; Why resuming peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine is considered counter-productive; Implications of the optimism of American policymakers.


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