Peres: New Israeli tactics needed in `decisive' year

Peterson, Scott
May 1997
Christian Science Monitor;5/29/97, Vol. 89 Issue 128, p7
Focuses on former Israeli prime minister Shimon Peres and his views on Israel. What Peres said about his successor Benjamin Netanyahu; Refusal of Peres to retire despite calls for him to do so; View that Netanyahu is focusing on survival and not progress; Reference to the land dispute between Israel and Palestinians.


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