February 1981
National Review;2/6/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p102
The article presents news on various issues from around the world as of February 6, 1981. Foreign observers are confident that Saudi Arabia will not experience a revolution on the Iranian model despite the attack on the mosque in Mecca. Observers are less optimistic on the effectiveness of a military solution to the Eritrean struggle for independence from Ethiopia.


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