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March 31, 1995 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-31

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JAMES D. BESSER WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT

I

he administration's peace
process team was patting
itself on the back as the Is-
raeli and Syrian ambas-
sadors to Washington resumed
their quiet negotiations after a
three month hia-
tus.
The resump-
tion of the talks
was the one clear
outcome of Secre-
tary of State
Warren Christo-
pher's swing
through the re-
gion last week.
But the renewed
talks represent
only a small step Itamar Rabinovich
forward after a
big step back in December, when
negotiations on the security as-
pects of a still-hypothetical deal
between the two countries were
broken off by Syria.
"While nobody wants to deni-
grate the contributions the Sec-
retary has made, it is obvious

that what he got was a small con-
cession aimed mostly at making
sure he didn't go back empty
handed," said a leading pro-Israel
activist here. "There's nothing
new on the table; we're not quite
back to where we
were in Decem-
ber."
The talks be-
tween Israeli am-
bassador Itamar
Rabinovich and
Syrian envoy
Walid Mualem
will be followed by
another trip to the
region by peace
process coordina-
tor Dennis Ross,
who will attempt
to convince Syrian President
Hafez Assad to send top military
officials to join the Washington
talks.
In December, the chiefs of staff
of the two countries briefly joined
the discussions in Washington.

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Buchanan's
Election Quest

It falls into the category of old
news, but at least Pat Buchanan
made it official: The conservative
columnist and avatar of a cultural
revolution announced his second
effort to capture the Republican
nomination for the presidency.
And that's good news for the De-
mocrats, according to a leading
presidential prognosticator.
"There's no way he can get the
nomination," said American Uni-
versity historian Allan Lichtman,
who wrote a book on the science
of predicting presidential con-
tests.
Sen. Phil Gramm, R-Tex., Mr.
Lichtman said, has a lock on the
conservative vote, but lacks Mr.
Buchanan's image as an extrem-
ist, a combination that will make
him acceptable to a wider range
of voters.
The Democrats would like to
see public attention turned to a
big, bruising battle in the Re-
publican party," he said.
"Buchanan is a bare-knuckle
fighter who will make it all the
more bruising."
Mr. Buchanan's announce-
ment on Monday featured a
strong "America first" theme and
frequent references to "Judeo-
Christian values."

Patrick Buchanan

A group of Jewish protesters
tried to put a damper on the fes-
tivities in Manchester, where Mr.
Buchanan announced his candi-
dacy; three Orthodox activists
were dragged off the stage and,
they allege, beaten by Buchanan
supporters.
"I consider Buchanan to be the
most serious anti-Semite in the
country today. There are others
who are more virulent — but he's
the most serious threat because
he's so bright and because of his

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