Media Diplomacy

January 1978
New Republic;1/14/78, Vol. 178 Issue 2, p5
Focuses on the role of U.S. media in highlighting the issue of Middle East crisis under the regime of U.S. President Jimmy Carter. Coverage of peace negotiation between Israeli-Egyptian foreign ministers by the media; Assessment of the foreign relation of the U.S. with Israel and other Middle East countries; Chaos caused by media diplomacy regarding Carter's comment in his interview with U.S. television reporters that he opposed the creation of a Palestinian state; Statement made by Carter in Aswan, explaining that a peace settlement must recognize the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people and enable the Palestinians to participate in the determination of their own future.


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