Hope and fear

Diconsiglio, John
September 1996
Scholastic Update;09/20/96, Vol. 129 Issue 2, p2
Focuses on the implications of Benjamin Netanyahu's victory in the May 1996 elections in Israel for the peace process between Israel and Palestine. Netanyahu's stand on the peace process issue; History of the conflict between the two countries; Background on Netanyahu and his Palestinian counterpart Yasir Arafat; Negotiations held between countries to broker for peace. INSETS: Key players.;America under fire, by J.D..


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