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Empire: The Peace Process

Behind the scenes: The Peace Process

What went into the making of Empire's episode on the role of the US as the broker in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

Last Modified: 26 Aug 2013 16:52
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In this web-exclusive video, host Marwan Bishara discusses why Empire decided to do an episode to mark the 20th anniversary of the Oslo Accords, and the reason for focusing on the role of the US as the broker in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

He also explains the choice of guests that we feature in "The Peace Process: Never and Forever ".

Empire can be seen from the last Sunday of every month at 2000GMT, and is re-aired during the following week at these times GMT: Monday: 1200GMT; Tuesday: 0100GMT; Wednesday: 0600GMT.


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