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Skepticism Looms over Mideast Peace Talks

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Skepticism Looms over Mideast Peace Talks

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Skepticism Looms over Mideast Peace Talks

Skepticism Looms over Mideast Peace Talks

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There's great skepticism that the Palestinians can deliver on any peace agreement. One of the biggest challenges for the Israeli and Palestinian leaders is getting their publics to buy into the peace effort.

Robert Malley, the Middle East and North Africa Program Director of the International Crisis Group, discusses the obstacles in this week's Middle East Peace Summit in Annapolis, Maryland with Renee Montagne.