The people of Israel will be able to sleep easier at night.
I think Washington is assessing now what the best time would be for stepped up engagement. But they'll make that decision in Washington.
We too have high hopes that a new era is going to begin very shortly.
promotion of U.S. interests in the Middle East, especially in support of President Clinton's efforts to achieve a comprehensive peace.
Jeopardizing the national security interests of the U.S. is absolutely abhorrent to me, and I would never do anything to compromise those interests.
It will take time and hard work. A lot more will be done behind the scenes than will be noticeable publicly, at least at first.
We will not seek to delay unnecessarily the transition to a permanent lifting of sanctions, ... We would like to see Libya genuinely comply and return to full participation in the family of nations. But the requirements set by the Security Council must first be addressed.
the endless propaganda that comes out of Baghdad.
He's such a dominant political figure. Now, more than ever, is the party that he just formed so dominant in the polls that it really shakes the whole political system to its core. It's impossible to say how it's going to settle down until we see whether he recovers or what shape he's going to be in.
There is a lot of blame to go around. But on the American side, the conceptual failure that contributed to disaster was the president's belief that democracy and elections solve everything.