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November 09, 1979 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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make hard decisions and to
make them soon."
The council's press
statement released in con-
nection with the report,
stated that "The group ad-
vocates increased U.S. ef-
forts to understand Arab
points of view, especially
those of Saudi Arabia, Jor-
dan and the Palestinians,
including the Palestine
Liberation Organization."
The membership of the
Working Group includes
eight former U.S. ambas-
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negotiations under the
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• not the moment to bring the
• PLO into active negotia-
tions, the U.S. should main-
' tain informal contacts with
• the PLO."
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According to the report,
• he
process includes U.S.
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improvement of relations
with Saudi Arabia on politi-
• cal lines in the Arab-Israeli
• conflict; "a real autonomy
• and self-determination for
• the Palestinians in the West
• Bank and Gaza"; a settle-
* ment between "Israel and
• Syria roughly on the model
• of the Israeli-Egyptian
• tlement"; and a "com-
e promise settlement for East
Jerusalem."
Implying that the U.S.

• should jettison its commit-
• ment to Israel on dealing
• with the PLO, the report
• said that "the mutual non-
• recognition" between the
• PLO and Israel "should not
• rule out informal contacts
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• Israeli problems, will
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• probably
• Israeli-American rela-
• tions to considerable
However,
! strains."
"There should be no
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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The Atlantic Council, an
18-month-old American
Organization designed to
promote U.S. ties with
Western Europe, Japan,
Australia and New Zea-
land, has called on the U.S.
government to take quick
action to safeguard Western
interests in Middle East oil
and security and to bring "a
just settlement" of the
Arab-Israeli conflict.
In a 39-page, 34-point pol-
icy paper entitled "Oil and
Turmoil; Western Choices
in the Middle East," pre-
pared by its "Special Work-
ing Group on the Middle
East," the council urged the
U.S. to be "prepared to

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added, this commitment
"has to be balanced by its
(U.S.) vital interests in good
relations with the score of
countries in the Arab
world."
The policy paper also said
that "The U.S. should strive
to maintain its relations
with Saudi Arabia on a
basis that will assure coop-
eration on the oil question;
Saudi assistance in the
process of negotiations of
Arab-Israeli settlements
and a constructive Saudi
role in maintaining security
on the Arabian peninsula
and in the general area of
the Red Sea and the Persian
Gulf."
While saying that the
U.S. "should continue to put
forth efforts to deny to the
Soviet Union the extension
of its domination or control
in the Middle East,''the re-
port observed. that "Soviet
influence in the region is a
natural fact and cannot be
excluded. But it should be
U.S. policy to keep that
influence within limits."
The 32 members of the
Working Group included
10 former U.S. Ambas-
sadors, nearly all of them
formerly posted to Arab
capitals. Other members
of the Working Group are
three former undersecre-
tarys of state: George
Ball, who has long advo-

cated the positions de-
tailed in the report,
Joseph Sisco and Eugene
Rostow.
Lt. Gen. Andrew J. Good-
paster, Commandant of the
U.S. Military Academy at
West Point, was chairman
of the Working Group. Lt.
Gen. Brent Scowcroft, Na-
tional Security Affairs Ad-
viser to President Nixon
was vice chairman.

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