The World: A Talk with Golda Meir

THE big guns of Israel and Egypt have been silent along the Suez Canal for more than a year now. Last week, as the cease-fire that has preserved a tense and tentative peace in the region moved into its second year, TIME Correspondent Marsh Clark talked to Israeli Premier Golda Meir in her Jerusalem office about the outlook for negotiations and the possibilities for a lasting peace. The interview preceded Defense Minister Moshe Dayan's call for Israel to consider itself the "established government" of the Arab territories occupied during the 1967 war. Premier...