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The Man Behind the Latest Mideast Peace Plan

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Swiss academic Alexis Keller is the designer of a model peace plan that is the subject of unofficial discussions by Israelis and Palestinians. The draft agreement has prompted international interest, but its importance has been discounted by Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and President Bush, among others. Keller speaks with NPR's Scott Simon.

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