MIDDLE EAST: There Will Be Another Chapter

But for now, the U.S.-Israeli freeze remains deep

"This is not the end. Either these talks will resume, or there will be another chapter of peace negotiations. The work we have done is not wasted." So said Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan last week, as he prepared for a weekend meeting in Brussels to explore ways of resuming the deadlocked talks on an Egyptian-Israeli pact. Both Egypt's Premier Moustafa Khalil and U.S. Secretary of State Cyrus Vance, who were to join Dayan in the Belgian capital, hoped that other long chapters of negotiations would not have to be written. But...

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