The Sticking Point

August 1977
National Review;8/5/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 30, p865
The article comments on the negotiations between United States president Jimmy Carter and Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin on the Arab-Israeli conflict. It tells of the decision of Carter to place the problem in its entirety before a reconvened session of the Geneva conference. It states the necessary preliminaries to a general conference. It mentions a special feature of the Jerusalem issue.


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