Poisoned Chocolates

June 2001
New Republic;06/04/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 23, p11
Analyzes the findings of the report of the Sharm el-Sheikh Fact-Finding Committee, chaired by George Mitchell, which appears to be the basis for involvement of the U.S. in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Moral platitudes in the report, which are succeeded by policy platitudes; Call for an immediate end to violence and confidence-building measures; Information how the report presents a plan which has the effect of detaching the present crisis from its cause.


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