February 17, 2014

Disappearing Arab Nations a Problem for Israel

Moshe Arens, Haaretz

The Associated Press

Under the dictatorial rule of Hafez el-Assad and later his son Bashar, there presumably was a neighboring nation-state with whom a peace treaty could in principle be negotiated. There is no such partner on Israel’s northern border at the present time.

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