Peace process runs around

Darwish, Adel
June 1998
Middle East;Jun98, Issue 279, p4
Reports that British Prime Minister Tony Blair, attempts to get peace talks between Israel and Palestine have failed. How Blair's peace talks attempts were depicted in The Times magazine; Response towards American Secretary of State Madeleine Albright invitation to Yasser Arafat and Israel Prime Minister Mr Netanyahu to meet United States president Bill Clinton in Washington.


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