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Israel and Peace

Israel and Peace

Israel and Peace
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NPR's Scott Simon talks with Ambassador Dennis Ross about the status of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. After the resounding victory this week of his Likud party in parliamentary elections, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is now faced with the question of how, or whether, to approach peace. Overshadowing this question is the looming threat of a war in Iraq. Ambassador Ross is director of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

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