Land for no peace

Feith, Douglas J.
June 1994
Commentary;Jun94, Vol. 97 Issue 6, p32
Examines the undertakings made by Israel concerning its relation with the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). Declaration of Principles (DOP); Unkept promises by the PLO with regards to the agreement; 'Land for Peace' policy of the Israel government; Sequence of steps essential to Land-for-Peace policy; Territorial withdrawals; National rights.


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