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The U.S. Role After Arafat

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The U.S. Role After Arafat

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The U.S. Role After Arafat

The U.S. Role After Arafat

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Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat remains gravely ill in a Paris hospital. Who will fill the void he will leave? What are the implications of his departure for U.S. policy? Hear NPR's Scott Simon and Dennis Ross, chief U.S. negotiator on the Middle East for 12 years in the 1980s and 1990s.

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