What America Can Do

Kissinger, Henry A.
April 2002
Bulletin with Newsweek;4/2/2002, Vol. 120 Issue 6318, p68
Focuses on the position of the U.S. government in attaining peace reconciliation over the conflict between Israel and Palestine. Avoidance of pressure for a final settlement of both conflicting nations; Imposition of terms to reduce Israelis to the borders of Palestine; Normalization of relations between the Arab world and Israel.


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