Judith Kipper

Advisor to the Middle East Programs, Council on Foreign Relations

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Judith Kipper on KCRW

The world saw two sides of President Bush today as he talked of both peace and possible confrontation.

Diplomacy and Confrontation for Iran

The world saw two sides of President Bush today as he talked of both peace and possible confrontation.

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