Arab foreign policy: Prickly, paranoid and pragmatic - The Economist

Arab foreign policy: Prickly, paranoid and pragmatic

Arab foreign policy: Prickly, paranoid and pragmatic - The Economist
Arab foreign policy: Prickly, paranoid and pragmatic
Published Aug 07, 2004
1148 words — Published Aug 07, 2004
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Why it is so hard for Arabs to act together to solve the region's manifold problems SUSPICION of America runs deep in the Arab world. At a Cairo dinner party this week, a sophisticated Egyptian businessman asks why there is so much noise...

  
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Middle East & North Africa
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