The Editors
December 2001
New Republic;12/10/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 24, p7
Discusses the U.S. and its war against terrorism. How the U.S. is approaching victory in Afghanistan; Argument that the U.S. government needs to rethink its policy toward Arab nations; How Egypt has promoted anti-Americanism and anti-Semitism despite aid from the U.S. government; Objectives of the American war in the wake of the various terrorist attacks of September; Need to reassess America's Arab policy.


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