GUESTS: Robert Satloff Executive Director, Washington Institute for Near East Policy Ambassador Richard Murphy Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations Assistant Secretary of State for Near East and South Asia Affairs, 1983-1989 US Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, 1981-1983 US Ambassador to Syria, 1974-1978 Khalil Jahshan President, National Association of Arab Americans With the Oslo accords in serious danger of collapsing, both Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian leader Yasir Arafat will meet with President Clinton this week in Washington. The meetings will focus on what both sides must do to get the peace process back on track, including Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank and a Palestinian crackdown on terrorism. Join host Ray Suarez for a look at the upcoming talks and the current state of Middle East affairs.
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