ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Vol VI No 8 February 20, 1971 Skylark 284 Frere Road Bombay 1 Editor KRISHNA RAJ Assistant Editors Rajani X Desai, Jawid Laiq Business Manager: A Fernandes Circulation Manager: Shiv Patil Editorial Staff Colin de Souza, Haresh M Advani Shireen Heerjee, Ashok Rao SINCE the November 1967 resolution of the UN Security Council laying down guidelines for a lasting pence in West Asia, the Arab frontline countries (with the exception of Syria) and the Israelis have both proclaimed their qualified acceptance of the need for a peaceful settlement in the area. The basic divergence has been and remains: which should come first, a negotiated peace settlement or Israeli withdrawal from occupied Arab territories? The Israelis with their paranoia about military security are predictably concerned about secure and guaranteed frontiers and, perhaps more understandably, the Arab countries are primarily concerned about Israeli vacation of the territory conquered in the June 1967 war.

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