Barnes, Fred
December 1994
New Republic;12/26/94, Vol. 211 Issue 26, p12
Examines the position of Syrian President Hafez al-Assad on a possible peace treaty with Israel in 1994. Description of the meeting between al-Assad and several delegates from the Washington Institute for Near East Policy in Damascus, Syria; Role of U.S. President Bill Clinton in the Syrian-Israeli peace process; His views on direct talks with Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin; Contradictory aspects of the relations between al-Assad and the U.S.


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