Jordan's man in Washington

Luxner, Larry
September 1999
Middle East;Sep99, Issue 293, p16
Profiles Marwan Muasher, Jordan's ambassador to the United States. Muasher's recollection of his experience as Jordan's first ambassador to former enemy, Israel; Languages spoken by Muasher; Muasher's educational background; Jordan's economic and political relationship with the US and Israel; Muasher's opinion on Prime Minister Ehud Barak of Israel; Muasher's views on the problems of his country.


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