The resistance of Yitzhak Shamir's government to American insistence on engaging in serious peace negotiations with Palestinians seems to have forced Washington to resort to its most powerful and easily deployed weapon: revealing Israeli military spying and corruption, particularly within [...] (716 words)
Issue dated 29/01/1992 Reading time 3 minutes
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