Netanyahu tries an old path

Newsom, David D.
August 1996
Christian Science Monitor;8/14/96, Vol. 88 Issue 182, p20
Discusses the plans to Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to adapt an old strategy for dealing with Israel's Arab neighbors. Netanyahu's pursuit of the peace process with Palestine by emphasizing his relationship with Egypt and Jordan; Concerns on Netanyahu's declaration that he will not give back the Golan Heights.


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