Kissinger's Paper Peace: How Not to Handle the Middle East

In bringing about the recent agreement between Israel and Egypt, the American Secretary of State may have created nothing more than a piece of paper, and worse, “an insuperable impediment” to the achievement of a far-reaching and lasting settlement in the Middle East. So argues a one-time undersecretary of State and ambassador to the United Nations in this critique of Henry Kissinger’s mode of diplomacy.