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Lebanon Ceasefire: Who Won, Who Lost?

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Lebanon Ceasefire: Who Won, Who Lost?

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Lebanon Ceasefire: Who Won, Who Lost?

Lebanon Ceasefire: Who Won, Who Lost?

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After more than a month, fighting in the Middle East stopped Monday. Still, questions remain about whether the ceasefire can hold until an international force arrives. Guests discuss the viability of the ceasefire and who appears to have made gains or suffered losses as a result of the conflict.

Guests:

Raghida Dergham, senior diplomatic correspondent and columnist for Al-Hayat, a pan-Arab, Arabic language newspaper

Robert Malley, director of the Middle East program at the International Crisis Group; former special assistant for Arab-Israeli affairs under President Clinton

Gerald Steinberg; professor of political science and director of the Program on Conflict Management at Bar Ilan University in Israel

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