The Arab lobby vs. America's Mideast interests

Bard, Mitchell
October 2010
New Jersey Jewish News;10/21/2010, Vol. 64 Issue 42, p18
The author discusses the lobbying by Saudi Arabia for more support from the U.S. to Palestine in its boundary dispute with Israel. He states that Saudi Arabia has been willing to increase its negotiations with the U.S. regarding its petroleum reserves. The author notes that Palestinian terrorism in the West Bank can be reduced by international mediation.


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