`Quiet diplomacy' in Mideast draws chorus of criticism
Tags: PEACE movements
- Security for all. Fandy, Mamoun // Christian Science Monitor;3/12/97, Vol. 89 Issue 73, p20
Opinion. Comments on the effort of President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt to visit Washington, in efforts to save the peace process between Arabs and Israelis and to save the Middle East from consequences of a peace effort. American role in the process; Effect of the prestige of the United States...
- Now for some principled follow-through in the Mideast. Cobban, Helena // Christian Science Monitor;8/14/97, Vol. 89 Issue 182, p19
Opinion. Focuses on the importance of having a long-term goal for the peace process in the Middle East. Phased implementation of steps toward a known end-point; United Nations Security Council resolutions 242 and 338 as the goal of peace efforts in the Mideast; Principles of peace; Contiguity;...
- The pond life stirs... Hayes, Jerry // New Statesman & Society;3/15/96, Vol. 9 Issue 394, p16
Focuses on the peace efforts in Northern Ireland. New understanding with the Irish government; National communist revolted by the return to violence; Cynical intransigence of the men of violence.
- Untitled. O'Doherty, Malachi // New Statesman & Society;4/9/93, Vol. 6 Issue 247, p13
Presents a journalists letter about peace organizations in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Impression on the Sein Fein; Peace meeting at Falls Road with Members of Peace '93; Peace rally by the Relatives for Justice group which is made of people bereaved by the army and the police; Expectations from...
- Life in the 90's. Golway, Terry // America;3/9/1996, Vol. 174 Issue 8, p6
Comments on the progress of the peace process in Ireland and Great Britain. Death of an apparent member of the Provisional Irish Republican Army; Irony in the British attacks on President Bill Clinton.
- Finding my village. Baquett III, Charles R. // American Visions;Jun/Jul97, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p20
Narrates the author's life and accomplishments as a deputy director of the Peace Corps in Somalia. Three-part mission of the Peace Corps; Conflicting methods of civil rights movement which the author was turmoiled over; Projects he undertaken during his two-year stay in Somalia. INSET: Who,...
- Stop the war! // Earth Island Journal;Winter91/92, Vol. 7 Issue 1, ] p7
Reports on the Global Environmental Alliance for Peace's circulation of a paper protesting military action to control access to natural resources.
- A call for peace in Ireland. Cahill, Sean // Progressive;Nov95, Vol. 59 Issue 11, p15
Focuses on the holding of a peace and demilitarization festival in Crossmaglen, Ireland in September of 1995. Crossmaglen as site of a violent conflict in the war between Britain and Ireland; Increase in the militarization of the region despite the Irish Republican Army cease-fire; Residents'...
- De facto statelet hinders Bosnia peace. Woodward, Colin // Christian Science Monitor;9/23/96, Vol. 88 Issue 209, p6
Focuses on the Croat statelet Herzeg-Bosna, whose defiance of the Dayton accords is creating problems for the peace process in Bosnia & Hercegovina. Dependence of the Dayton peace process on the dismantling of the statelet; Other factors which will determine the success of Dayton.