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Middle East / Peace Process / Clinton-Netanyahu Meeting / Wright Interview #415527

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 02, 1997
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) The coming meeting of President Clinton and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to try to get the Middle East peace process restarted noted. Interview held with "Los Angeles Times" correspondent Robin Wright about the Middle East crisis. [WRIGHT - cites the urgency of this current crisis because of the erosion of good will with the feeling that the current government is not in tune with the Oslo accords; says the question is how far is Netanyahu willing to go in his meeting with Clinton and whether his proposal to cut straight to the main peace issues will work; points out the role of the United States as grantor of peace; outlines the problems faced by Netanyahu's political coalition.]

Woodruff, Judy

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