Sadat's Sorry State

Kondracke, Morton
March 1977
New Republic;3/19/77, Vol. 176 Issue 12, p14
Presents information on the political standing of Anwar Sadat, President of Egypt. Comments on the effort made by Sadat in changing the economic scenario of Egypt; Effort made by Sadat in leading his country towards peace and prosperity; Criticism of Sadat for concentrating on international affairs instead of domestic ones; Dependence of Sadat on the U.S. for retrieving Sinai from the clutches of Israel; Doubts over Sadat's continuation as President of Egypt; Impact of the probable collapse of Sadat's regime on the U.S. peace policy in the Middle East.


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