The Trouble with Unity

November 1958
Time;11/17/1958, Vol. 72 Issue 20, p27
The article focuses on the issues concerning unity between the nations in Middle East, considering their fight towards independence. According to Gamal Abdel Nasser, the Middle East was divided by the scheming colonialists for them to rule it. It states that Moscow, Russia returned to play divide-and-rule game for the Arab people. Meanwhile, with the commitment of helping Middle East countries' preservation of independence, the U.S. has started underwriting Jordan and shoring up Lebanon.


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