Palestinian despair

Zogby, James
March 1995
Freedom Review;Mar/Apr95, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p26
Discusses why the Israeli-Palestinian relations have deteriorated despite the fact that it was the Palestinians' signing of the Declaration of Principles with Israel that made progress in the Middle East peace process. Declaration's `mutual recognition' of two peoples with equal rights; Acceleration of the peace process.


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