Blanche, Ed
November 2001
Middle East;Nov2001, Issue 317, p6
Reports on the changes in the political landscape in the Middle East. Declaration of cease-fire between Israel and Palestinian; Search of US for international coalition against global terrorism; Treatment of westerners living in the Middle East.


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