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Israeli Wall

Israeli Wall

Israeli Wall
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Israel's barrier project, if completed, will cover hundreds of miles and extend deep into the West Bank. Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests for a discussion of how the matter has come before the World Court.

Guest:

Ruth Wedgwood
*Senior fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
*Johns Hopkins international law professor

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