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Letters, Jan. 23, 1978

Man of the Year To the Editors: You made an excellent choice in selecting Anwar Sadat as the Man of the Year [Jan. 2], but you really did not select him¬óby...

MIDDLE EAST: Maneuvering Toward the Summit

Merchant ships moved through the Suez Canal last week for the first time since the Six-Day War eight years ago. In preparation for the canal's formal reopening...

OMAN: Emerging from the Dark Ages

A young monarch struggles to overcome his country's medieval past The Sultanate of Oman, which means "peaceful land"in Arabic, is so remote that it has often...

CONFERENCES: Pledging a Tithe That Binds

Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, the host, grandly declared it a "full success." Well, not exactly. But by the standards of Third World conferences the first...

Man Of The Year: Actor with a Will of Iron

An intimate look at the villager who became a ruler TIME Correspondent Robert Ajemian recently spent a day with Anwar Sadat. His portrait of the Egyptian...

MIDDLE EAST: Sadat's Sacred Mission

It could not have been more improbable or unexpected. It was as if a messenger from Allah had descended to the Promised Land on a magic carpet. At two minutes...

MIDDLE EAST: Farewells in the Rose Garden

But hopes for only a brief pause in the peace process For Jimmy Carter and Menachem Begin, it marked the very last time they would meet in the White House...

Nation: Camp David: A Palatial Retreat

When Anwar Sadat signed the guest book at Camp David's presidential house, Aspen Lodge, he was checking in at the world's most exclusive and elaborate...

World: A Surge of Hope in the U.S.

In the roseate afterglow of Anwar Sadat's historic visit to Israel, Americans experienced a powerful surge of hope for peace in the Middle East. About 86% of...

MIDDLE EAST: The Problems Sadat Left Behind

When Egyptian President Anwar Sadat flew to Washington last week, he left behind him a peace process that had ground very nearly to a halt. As one Egyptian...

World: Angry Settlers at Little Sea

Beyond his anger at Israel's general approach to negotiations, Anwar Sadat is outraged by Premier Menachem Begin's determination to hold on to 16 Jewish...

Milestones, Nov. 3, 1975

Engaged. Jehan Sadat, 14, youngest of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat's three daughters; and Mahmoud Osman, 25, son of Osman Ahmed Osman, Egypt's Minister of...

Letters, Dec. 19, 1977

Risk for Peace To the Editors: I've watched numerous world leaders take risks that might lead their countries to war. Now Egypt's President Sadat seems willing...

MIDDLE EAST: Sadat's Confidence Restored

The next step is a "declaration of principles " Only a week earlier, a distressed Anwar Sadat had told journalists that he was disappointed and embarrassed...

World: Home Thoughts from Abroad

A "vacationing"Shah puts the blame on Jimmy Carter Far from the madding crowds of Tehran, the Shah whiled away the second week of a "vacation" that many expect...

People, Oct. 22, 1979

Different folks paint with different strokes. But that is no reason why a 20th century artist like Andrew Wyeth should not come to the aid of an 18th century...

MIDDLE EAST: Trying to Sell the Deal

Secretary of State Henry Kissinger undertook another Middle East shuttle last week, this time between the State Department and Capitol Hill. Kissinger's...