Al-Ahram Weekly   Al-Ahram Weekly
13 - 19 July 2000
Issue No. 490
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Dark at the end of the tunnel
Two decades down the line, Gamil Mattar revisits a not-so-idyllic retreat -- and finds little cause for nostalgia
Demons no longer deferred
In Camp David II the protagonists of the Arab-Israeli conflict come face to face with the consequences of a stratagem in which they all connived, writes David Hirst
Camp David II
The deliberations of the second Camp David summit devoted to the Arab-Israeli dispute are still shrouded in secrecy. Mohamed Sid-Ahmed discusses problems that the convocation of the meeting has raised
A house with two owners
More tricks, or a step in the right direction? Abdel-Azim Hammad comments on John Whitbeck's Jerusalem proposal
Close up
By Salama Ahmed Salama
Sniper press

Perhaps the margin of freedom in Egyptian journalism has widened enough to pro-uce critical views that un-over defects and errors un-ettered. --read on--
Any given deal

The past seven years of negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians have lowered the expectations of nearly all those involved in the Middle East process. --read on--

Naguib Mahfouz
Our ancient selves
Art, like re-igion, is some-hing human beings cannot do without. --read on--

This week:
Camp David again

The party-pooper gene
By Medhat El-Zahed

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