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RUDDY: A long-needed resolution to Western Sahara’s limbo (The Washington Times)

Western Sahara’s status has not been fully forgotten by the international community, though. Christopher Ross, a former U.S. ambassador to Algeria and Syria, is now serving as the U.N. secretary-general’s special envoy and has been engaged in active “shuttle diplomacy” in an effort to help resolve this long-standing dispute. Former Secretary of State James A. Baker preceded Mr. Ross in this effort, but neither have made much progress — and won’t — until and unless the president makes clear that the United States wants it resolved.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/nov/20/ruddy-a-long-needed-resolution-to-western-saharas-/#ixzz2oKn43NYw
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