USA: Snakes in Washington's grass

Seymour, Richard
December 2002
Middle East;Dec2002, Issue 329, p28
Reports on the role of officials of the U.S administration in shaping the country's policy on Middle East. Views of Richard Perle, chairman of the Defence Policy Board at the Pentagon, regarding action that should be taken against Middle East if it refuses to cooperate in America's war on terrorism; Reason why Frank Gaffney, head of the Center for Security Policy, has urged the government to abandon its policy regarding Israel.


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