The Crunch

Kondracke, Morton
March 1978
New Republic;3/11/78, Vol. 178 Issue 10, p10
Focuses on the crisis engulfing the foreign relations of the United States with Israel. Views that the U.S. interests in the United States do not coincide with the interests of Israel in the Middle East; Opposition to Israeli settlements in Sinai and West Bank; Reasons for the political confrontation between the two countries attributed to intense feelings building up in the administration and among pro-Israeli elements over issues that transcend the question of airplane sales; Charges that the U.S. President Jimmy Carter is tilting towards the Arabs; Views that Egypt must set out on the path to war with Israel; Efforts to win the support of the Jewish community of the United States.


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