Long-range plans for South Lebanon

Blanford, Nicholas
July 1999
Middle East;Jul/Aug99, Issue 292, p10
Looks at Israel Prime Minister-elect Ehud Barak's efforts to draw up a plan to withdraw Israeli troops from south Lebanon within a year of his election in May 1999. Decline in popularity among Israelis on the Lebanon occupation; Syria's role the planned withdrawal of troops while ensuring the security of northern and western Galilee; Agreement to Syria's demands to resume negotiations on the fate of the Golan Heights.


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