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When a Cold Peace Is a Good Thing

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Today in Tablet Magazine, Armin Rosen, fresh back from Cairo, reports that, all popular opinion and demonstration to the contrary, Egypt’s fundamental interests as well as the massive control the military continues to exert means that the basic Israel-Egypt peace, predicated on the Camp David treaty, is likely to stay operative over the long haul.

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When a Cold Peace Is a Good Thing

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