Middle East Muddle

Karnow, Stanley
December 1974
New Republic;12/28/74, Vol. 171 Issue 26, p14
Comments on the views of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat on the political dispute in Middle East. Revision on the peace negotiations of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and the Israelis post Yom Kippur war; Complexity on the dispute between the Egyptians and Israelis; Role of the Palestine Liberation Organization in the dispute; Plans of the Russians to participate in the dispute; Israel's awareness of their limitation.


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