|11. Statement of the Middle East Quartet [7/16/2002] Ref #10150|
The Quartet remains fully committed, to promote a just, comprehensive, and lasting settlement of the Middle East conflict.
|http://europa.eu.int/comm/external_relations/med_mideast/news/statquar tet.htm ()|
|12. A Wave of Jew-Bashing in Europe [4/28/2002] Ref #10882|
Anti-Semitism is nothing new in Europe.
|Jeff Jacoby | Boston Globe|
|13. New Prejudices for Old. The Euro press and the Intifada. [11/1/2001] Ref #10045|
Does the bias, in the end, matter? In my view, it does, and not just because the truth is always important.
For one thing, it is clear that inaccurate reporting is influencing international diplomatic efforts. A distorted picture of events is helping to produce correspondingly distorted policies, particularly in Europe.
|Tom Gross | Nationalreview Online|
|14. New Directions in European-North African Relations [4/1/2001] Ref #10827|
This article considers five central challenges of EU-Maghreb relations: Libya as a "rogue" state; Algeria and political Islam; migration; the Western Sahara; and the American presence in the Maghreb
|Roberto Aliboni | Bologna Center Journal of International Affairs|
|15. The European Union and the ME Peace Process [11/1/1999] Ref #10868|
Europe should focus its energies and resources on areas where it can provide an important service, primarily with respect to promoting confidence-building, people-to-people contacts, and neutralizing the cultural basis for the continuation of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
|Gerald M. Steinberg | Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs |