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James Bennet, Jerusalem bureau chief of 'The New York Times'

James Bennet, Jerusalem bureau chief of The New York Times, will tell us about the current state of affairs between Israelis and Palestinians, and the impact war would have on the region.

James Bennet, Jerusalem bureau chief of 'The New York Times'

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Paul Goldberger

Paul Goldberger, architecture critic for The New Yorker magazine. The design for the World Trade Center site has been chosen and architect Daniel Libeskind created the winning proposal. Goldberger will describe the selection process and comment on the winning design.

Paul Goldberger

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