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Warring in West Asia

Warring in West Asia Romesh Thapar THE war in West Asia, probably sparked initially by the thought that it might prepay the way for talks between the Arabs and Israelis, has taken on unexpected dimensions. Slowly, inexorably, the truth will percolate the Zionist fog; that "little" Israel, aRmed to the teeth bY the USA and economically propped up by it, will have to Irani to live in the context of a sensible settlement with the Arab peoples. Victories of dubious inili- tarv merit over inefficient, disorganised and under-developed peoples cannot be repeated ad nauseam; these peoples take time to rise, but when they do they are as "effective" as any other. Witness the crossing of the Suez, a military feat whatever the context.

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