Lebanon's man in Washington

Luxner, Larry
May 1999
Middle East;May99, Issue 290, p19
Highlights the role of Lebanese ambassador to the United States Mohammad Chatah in re-shaping the image of Lebanon to the world. Impressions on Lebanon in the 1980s and 1990s; Declaration by the US on Lebanon's peace and order status; Background on the diplomatic career of Chatah; Aims of the Lebanese government to regain sovereignty and credibility and the withdrawal of Israel from its southern border.


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