Middle East: Looking to Washington

Arab visitors draw the U.S. further into the search for peace

he Lebanese people deeply appreciate and will never forget your gracious and decisive efforts to help bring an end to the suffering of my country. We see the U.S. role as the indispensable ingredient toward bringing peace not only to Lebanon but to the whole region." So said the new President of Lebanon, Amin Gemayel, 40, to Ronald Reagan on the south driveway of the White House last week. The American President has not heard that kind of talk from many Arab...

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