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‘Going To Make Progress Virtually Impossible’

Aaron David Miller on Egypt’s effect on the peace process

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He looks kinda tense, no?(Tomer Appelbaum/AFP/Getty Images)

Yesterday, over at my series of interviews about the Egyptian crisis, reporter Judith Miller and scholar Brian Katulis focused mainly on what was and is going on in Egypt itself. This morning, Aaron David Miller, an experienced American Mideast hand, turns his gaze slightly north and explains what the repercussions of the incredible events will mean for Israel and the peace process.

Crisis in Cairo [Tablet Magazine]

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‘Going To Make Progress Virtually Impossible’

Aaron David Miller on Egypt’s effect on the peace process

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