Hope in the Middle East

December 1977
New Republic;12/3/77, Vol. 177 Issue 23, p5
Focuses on implications and reasons behind the visit made by the President of Egypt, Anwar Sadat to Jerusalem. Efforts to address the anxieties and hopes of Jews from Israel; Speculations behind the reason of Sadat trip at the time of Geneva Conference; Pressure created by the U.S. for an immediate convening of the Geneva Conference; Discussion on the political relationship of the U.S. with Egypt and Syria; Reestablishment of Egypt in the central diplomatic position.


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