He supported and began the Dayton Force idea of improving the Pal. security forces so that Israel could be forced to withdraw.
I didn't think it would work and it hasn't.
Now he's gone.
And here is this opinion about the former National Security Advisor:-
Gen. Jim Jones will go down in history as the least successful national security advisor since Adm. John Poindexter was forced out of office during the Reagan administration. This fact alone illuminates just one of the many miscalculations that were made in hiring Jones...One diplomat who worked with Jones when he was supreme allied commander in Europe said, "He never had the slightest interest in foreign policy." He was just interested in military affairs, and even in that respect he was not particularly creative or intellectually curious.
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