Articles

DIPLOMACY: Fanfare and Funds for Sadat

There were some awkward moments and some outright blunders, but even so, Egypt's President Anwar Sadat seemed to have achieved most of his goals within days of...

EGYPT: Small-Town Boy with Shopping List

"I know that President Carter is a believer," Egypt's President Anwar Sadat said last week before leaving for a two-day visit to Washington. "I feel happy that...

MIDDLE EAST: Sadat: The Hour of Decision

Exploiting his diplomatic breakthrough, he calls for a summit in Cairo Puffing contentedly on his pipe, President Anwar Sadat gazed out the window of Egyptian...

The World: Sadat: The Village Elder

Even as a youth, Egypt's Anwar Sadat, 58, had an elevated sense of his own destiny. At 14, he fell into an irrigation canal near his home village of Mit Abu el...

EGYPT: Sadat in Trouble

Challenges from left and center "I will crush anyone who creates doubt." So said Egyptian President Anwar Sadat as he called for a nationwide referendum to...

Egypt: Seeing Red

Sadat expels 1,000 Soviets Just eleven days after he had jailed some 1,600 of his domestic opponents, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat last week turned on...

Keeping Faith

Memoirs of a President Once again an all too familiar tale of bloodshed and tragedy in the Middle East dominates the world's news. In Lebanon, foreign soldiers...

Nation: Looking for a Friend

"You've got two different kinds of people in Sadat and Begin," one of President Jimmy Carter's close aides observed last week. "Begin is hung up on history and...

Determined to Persevere

Determined to Persevere Sadat wins U.S. support; Dayan follows with a challenge It was like a game. Just as Egypt's President Anwar Sadat was completing his...

See more Time.com Articles