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From Conflict Management to Conflict Resolution

Author: Edward P. Djerejian
November/December 2006
Foreign Affairs


The war in Lebanon presented a fundamental challenge for U.S. policy in the Middle East, but also an opportunity -- if Washington can transform the fragile cease-fire into a lasting and comprehensive Arab-Israeli peace settlement.

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