Prince Frederick : Recorded Books, p2006 .
5 sound discs (ca. 5 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Read by the author.
Believing the lack of permanent Middle Eastern peace is a persistent threat to global peace, President Carter suggests two stumbling blocks to lasting harmony in this region. One is Israel refuses to honor previous peace commitments. Secondly, Arab countries refuse to acknowledge Israel's right to exist as a nation. Carter places the lion's share of the blame for this impasse on Israel and characterizes current Israeli policy in the territories as a system of apartheid.
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