June 5, 2007

Forty Years After The Six-Day War: Understanding Its Place In Today's World

It was forty years ago today that Israel and its surrounding Arab neighbors became engaged in what has come to be known as the Six-Day War. The results of the conflict have had a massive impact on contemporary political and social life in the Middle East, but commentators and pundits are divided in their analysis of the war. Today we're joined by Ralph Peters for a helpful reminder of the significance of the Six-Day War.


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