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Studying the 'Roadmap' for Mideast Peace

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Studying the 'Roadmap' for Mideast Peace

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Studying the 'Roadmap' for Mideast Peace

Studying the 'Roadmap' for Mideast Peace

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As Secretary of State Colin Powell attempts to jump-start Middle East peace prospects, the U.S.-sponsored "roadmap for peace" lays out several conditions for a resumption of talks. Hear NPR's Linda Wertheimer and Edward Walker, a former U.S. ambassador to Israel and Egypt.

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