World: The Stuff of Shuttle Diplomacy

Henry Kissinger might well ponder the truism: it never rains, it pours. As if he did not face enough criticism, he will soon have to cope with two acid-etched studies of his Middle East shuttle diplomacy. One is The Arabs, Israelis and Kissinger by Edward R.F. Sheehan, excerpts from which will appear this week in the quarterly magazine Foreign Policy; Sheehan is a freelance writer and former State Department press officer who conducts Middle East seminars at Harvard's Center for International Affairs. The other is The Secret Conversations of Henry Kissinger by Israeli Journalist Matti Golan, which will be published in...

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