Rostow, Eugene V.
October 1991
New Republic;10/21/91, Vol. 205 Issue 17, p14
Suggests that if the Middle East conference actually takes place in 1991, its official task will be to achieve peace between Israel and its Levantine neighbors in accordance with Security Council Resolutions 242 and 338. Description of the view of the Arab states on the resolutions as ambiguous and can be interpreted to suit their desires; Definition of Resolution 242; Peace-making criteria set by the Resolution; Statement that issue of dividing the occupied areas between Israel and its neighbors is based on the agreement of the parties; Possibility that the Arabs of the West Bank could constitute the population of an autonomous province of Jordan or of Israel.


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