Dollars for peace

Pollak, Suzanne
June 2013
Washington Jewish Week;6/6/2013, Vol. 49 Issue 23, p1
The article reports on the efforts being done by the U.S. to enter into peace talks with Israel in 2013. It mentions the plans of U.S. secretary of state John Kerry to allot a budget of four billion U.S. dollars for the Palestinian economy. It also offers information on the views of U.S. representative for Colorado Doug Lamborn on the efforts of the U.S. to help the economy of Palestine.


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