President Bush to Present Middle East Peace Roadmap

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For months, US allies have been pressing the US to get more involved in making peace between Israel and the Palestinians. Until recently, President Bush had suggested that regime change in Iraq should happen first. Now, announcing that a -hopeful moment- has arrived, the President today promised his much-awaited new -roadmap- to peace--as soon as the Palestinians choose a new Prime Minister. Israel hailed the announcement, but skeptics say it-s really about Iraq and the effort to save the political skin of Britain-s Prime Minister Tony Blair. We get international reaction from journalists writing for the American, British and Arab press, a policy advisor to then-Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and an advisor to Israeli Prime Minster Ariel Sharon.
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President Bush discusses roadmap for peace in the Middle East

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