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Ross: Arafat Successors Could Restart Peace Process

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Ross: Arafat Successors Could Restart Peace Process

Middle East

Ross: Arafat Successors Could Restart Peace Process

Ross: Arafat Successors Could Restart Peace Process

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A former top U.S. envoy to the Middle East says an election to choose Yasser Arafat's successors could help restart the peace process. Dennis Ross talks about how peaceful elections could bring Palestinians and Israelis back to the negotiating table.

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