Middle East Research and Information Project: Critical Coverage of the Middle East Since 1971

As the United States stands on the brink of its first full-scale war with an Arab country, it is incumbent on all of us to share our expertise and our experience with the broader public. The consequences of a major war in this region have not been fully thought out -- by the public, by the politicians or by the administration. This country is going into a major conflict at least half-blind. Yet there is only a feeble public debate on the momentous issues at stake.

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How to cite this article:

Rashid Khalidi "Arms Limitations Must Include All Parties," Middle East Report 168 (January/February 1991).