Israeli Media Watch II: Israeli Pundits See No Peace with Palestinians or Syria, despite U.S. Pressure in Clinton's Final Year
Jones, Nathan, Washington Report on Middle East Affairs
ISRAELI MEDIA WATCH II: Israeli Pundits See No Peace With Palestinians or Syria, Despite U.S. Pressure in Clinton's Final Year
By Nathan Jones
Nathan Jones is a free-lance writer specializing in Israel and North American Jewish affairs.
Israel's highly politicized media analysts don't agree on much, but in dealing with the "peace process" and "the Palestinian track" they start from a set of assumptions far removed from those of American editorial writers and commentators. While the Americans seem mesmerized by the whirlwind of activity whipped up by President Bill Clinton's pressure on Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and the State Department's "Middle East …
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Publication information: Article title: Israeli Media Watch II: Israeli Pundits See No Peace with Palestinians or Syria, despite U.S. Pressure in Clinton's Final Year. Contributors: Jones, Nathan - Author. Magazine title: Washington Report on Middle East Affairs. Volume: XIX. Issue: 6 Publication date: July 31, 2000. Page number: 46. © Not available. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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