100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

September 29, 1978 - Image 87

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-29

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Brzezinski Aide Cri tiqued on M.E. Foreign Policy

By JOSEPH POLAKOFF

Review, the elite American Foreign Policy Analysis
WASHINGTON (JTA) — military quarterly.
Inc. in Cambridge, Mass.
Major guidelines for U.S.
In comparison, the critic on the basis of recent books
Middle East policy set forth was inclined to look favora- by Quandt and Churba. The
by William B. Quandt, the bly on the perceptions for Strategic Review is pub
chief strategist in the White U.S. strategic approaches lished by the U.S. Strategic
House on Arab-Israeli af- by Joseph Churba, former Institute, a tax-exempt
fairs, are criticized in the chief of Middle East intelli- organization in Washington
current issue of Strategic gence fo the U.S. Air Force, not affiliated with a particu-
whose views resulted in his lar military service. Its pur-
forced resignation from the pose is to study "national
To our relatives and friends we
Pentagon.
security in the nuclear age."
wish you a very happy & healthy
The appraisals on the
"Just as Churba may
New Year
thinking of the two experts overplay the Soviet-
The Baumans
were made by Dr. Charles American rivalry and the
Neil & Patricia
M. Perry, a research associ- -strategic value of Israel,
ate at the Institute for Quandt seems to under-
state the importance of
New Year Greetings to our
both factors," Perry
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fox
relatives and friends from
wrote in an attempt at
Saul & Ellyn Fox
even-handed criticism.
Aaron & Scott
Evelyn & Al Brook
However, his general
wish all their family and friends a
Farmington Hills
analysis on the substan-
happy New Year
tive issues distinctly
. leaned in Churba's direc-
tion.
Mrs. Bernard Chase
Mr. Harry Goss and
- Quandt is on the National
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zack
Security Council (NSC)
and Family
staff headed by Zbigniew
wish their friends and family a
wish you a healthy and happy
Brzezinski and blueprints
happy, healthy New Year
New Year
Middle East strategy in
concert with the State De-
partment's foremost spe-
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
cialists, Ambassador-at-
Jacob HerskOvitz
Albert Cimmer
Large Alfred Atherton and
and Family
Assistant Secretary of State
wish all their friinds and relatives
Harold Saunders.
extend best wishes for a happy
a happy and healthy New Year
Reviewing Quandt's "De-
and healthy Naw Year to all
cade of Decisions," Perry
outlined three criticism of
his analysis of the Middle
Mr. and Mrs.
LEON FELD & FAMILY
East situation as it pertains
Bernard Markofsky
_ to the United States.
and Stewart
Le Shanah Tovoh Tikosevo
As an "example" of his
wish all their family and friends a'
good health to all our friends
first criticism, Perry wrote
very healthy happy New Year
that Quandt "suggests" that
in the September 1970 Jor-
dan crisis,. former PreSident
May the new year bring health and happiness
Richard Nixon and Henry
Kissinger, then head of the
to all our dear friends and family
NSC, "placed far too much
Irwin and Lillian Maniloff
emphasis on the 'lessons' "
of the crisis in which, Perry
- Shari - Paul - Howard
says, "it appeared that the
threat of joint U.S.-Israeli
military action forced the
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moscow and Family
Soviets to -restrain Syrian
intervention."
wish all their friends and relatives a year of
In Quandt's opinion,
health and happiness
Perry wrote, "sub-
sequent American policy
over-stressed" the U.S.-
Soviet "dimension of
Best wishes to our family and friendslor a year
Middle Est hostilities, as
of good health, happiness, peace and prosperity well as the role that a
well-armed Israel might
Barbara & Iry Nusbaum
play toward enhancing
regional stability."
Arthur and Robby
Perry added: "It is at least
arguable that U.S.-Israeli
signals to Moscow, as well
My sincere wish for a happy and healthy New
as to Damascus, helped con-
Year to all my family and all my dear friends
vince the Syrians to , with-
draw from Jordan.
Moreover, from the perspec-
Laura Nusbaum
tive of U.S. strategy, Israel
clearly played a useful role
throughout the Jordan
V Herman and Adell Ozrovitz
crisis, demonstrating its
utility as a regional ally and
and Family
its potential role as a secure
wish all our family and friends a year filled with
base for U.S, military oper-
ations in the Middle East."
health and happiness
In his second criticism,
Perry says "while Quandt
Our sincere wishes for a very. happy and
may be correct in discredit-
ing the notion that a mili-
healthy New Year to all our- relatives and
tary balance favorable to Is-
friends
rael would alone deter Arab
Shirley, Jules, Howard &
action . . . there are several
more important reasons for
Paulette Radin
the U.S. to support Israeli
superiority."
JENNIE & JOE SINGER
Israel, he noted, "relies on
Wish All Their Family & Friends
technological superiority to
A .HAPPY NEW YEAR
compensate for her geo-
graphic and demographic
Filled With
vulnerability," and

E

Peace Health & Ha• • iness

t t

further Israeli territorial
withdrawals, it will become
more, rather than less, dif-
ficult for Israel to strike an
adequate balance between
geography, demography
and military technology,
particularly if the flow of
U.S. weapon systems and
supportive equipment is re-
strained. Dr. Quandt would
do well to pay closer atten-
tion to -these points when
discussing the military bal-
ance and U.S. arms sales
policy in the Middle East."
Discussing his third
criticism of. Quandt's
views, Perry found
"some difficulty reconcil-
ing" Quandt's emphasis
on the regional, rather
than global, determi-
nants of the Arab-Israeli
conflict," with "Quandt's
suggestion that U.S. pol-
icy follow the guidelines
of the well-known peace
plan published by the
Brookings Instiiution"
which Perry noted
Quandt helped to author.
"In calling explicitly for
Israeli. withdrawal to the
June 1967 borders, as well
as for the establishment of
an independent Palestinian
state, the Brookings plan re-
judges — prior to Arab-
Israel negotiations — the
territorial concessions re-
quired by UN Resolution
242," Perry wrote. "This
position, it seems to me, is
not likely to inspire Israeli
confidence in American
peace-making activities."
Regarding Churba's "The
Politics of Defeat," Perry
wrote, Churba "contends
that the paramount Ameri-
can interest in the Middle
East is politico-strategic —
namely 'to prevent the area
from falling under the
domination of the Soviet
Union' and being manip-
ulated against the West.' "

To this, Perry added that
Churba's "central thesis is
that "Israel has been, and
hopefully will remain, an
invaluable strategic asset
for the U.S., serving as a
stable bastion against
Soviet influence and provid-
ing an alternative, via the
Israeli Defense Force, to di-
rect American intervention
— as in the September 1970
Jordan crisis . . . .
"In short, Israel stands as
America's only proven and
reliable ally in the Middle
East, and, in association
with Turkey, Iran and —
hopefully — a Christian

Mixed Results

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Is-
rael's Public Opinion Re-
search Institute found in a
recent poll that 34 percent
of the public believed that
the government's foreign
policy was good or very
good, while 39 percent de-
scribed it as not good.

Rosh Hashana has three
names: Yom rrua (biblical)
The Day of the Blowing of
the Shofar; Yom Ha-
Zikoron (biblical) The Day
of Remembrance; Yom
Ha-din (rabbinical) The
Dqv of .111 id
P

Lebanon — could well
emerge as a central regional
linchpin in the U.S. western
security structure."

Best wishes for a happy and
healthy New Year to all our family
and friends
Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Meyers
and Family

Friday, September 29, 1918 81

Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Rosenbloom
wish their relatives and friends a
happy and healthy New Year

Peace, health and happiness foi
the coming year to all our family
& friends

Ann and Rhoda Segal _

AIM

Sincest best wishes to our Family
& Friends For A Happy New Year

Morris and Muriel Smith
and Family ,

Mr. & Mrs. Morris
Rocklin & Children

wish their friends and relatives a
happy, healthy New Year

Mrs. Harry Rubenfire

wishes all her family and friends a healthy and
happy New. Year

,Ronna & Howard. Sabbota and
Mr. Hyman Sabbota
wish all their family and friends a year of good
health and happiness

Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Silberberg and Family

tismn time

Mel,

best wishes for a happy and healthy
New Year to all our friends and relatives

Dr._ Harry H. & Tillie Sturman
and Family
wish their friends and relatives a healthy,
happy New Year

Dr. and Mrs. Lewis C. Wassermann
23411 Stratford Ct., Southfield
wish all their friends and relatives a happy,
healthy, prosperous New Year

Jean and Leo Wilner

send best wishes to all their friends and family

for a happy, healthy New Year

Bill and Edie Wolok and Family

wish all their family and friends a year of good
health and peace

Good health, happiness and
prosperity are wishes from

• Band Village Drug

31215 Southfield Rd.
Birmingham, Mich.
6442140

Band Drug & Pharmacy

15201 W. 7 Mile R-d.
Detroit, Mich.
838-7870

Mania of Debonaire's Hair Studio
13701 W. 11 Mile, Oak Park
wishes all her customers, family and friends a
happy, healthy New Year



Holiday Greetings' to friends
and clients
Jeffrey A. Tackel
American United Life Insurance Co. (

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan