King Hussein sues for peace

July 1991
New Statesman & Society;7/5/91, Vol. 4 Issue 158, p6
Editorial. Discusses the new 25-member cabinet that King Hussein of Jordan recently swore in and the prospects for successful peace negotiations with Israel. Liberal cabinet; Islamicists of the Muslim Brotherhood; New conciliatory stand; Jordan finds itself politically isolated; Serious economic difficulties; Debt to the United States; More.


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