In the aftermath of the war, severe strains in the Israeli-U.S. relationship appear as deep disagreement exists over Israeli settlement policy in the territories. Saddam Hussein remains shackled by the international community’s embargo on his oil and quarantine on provision of strategic materials and goods. Secretary of State Baker continues to make substantive progress in narrowing procedural differences between Israel and Arab states for a possible convening of a “regional” conference.
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