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Middle-East Conflict

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Middle-East Conflict

Middle-East Conflict

Middle-East Conflict

Only Available in Archive Formats.


Guests:

Hirsh Goodman
*Political Columnist, The Jerusalem Post

Daoud Kuttab
*Director of the Institute for Modern Media, Al-Quodes University, Jerusalem

Edward S. Walker
*President and CEO of the Middle East Institute
*Former Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs
*Former U.S. Ambassador to Egypt and Israel

Donatella Lorch
*Correspondent with Newsweek magazine

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