Hope for a Languishing Peace Process? NPR's Michele Norris talks Martin Indyk, former U.S. Ambassador to Israel. Indyk was heavily involved in negotiations with Yasser Arafat for a peace agreement between Israelis and Palestinians, and present during the breakdown of the Camp David accords. Indyk talks about what he believes the U.S. needs to do to get peace talks back on track.
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Hope for a Languishing Peace Process?

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Hope for a Languishing Peace Process?

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