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Frost over the World
The one-state solution
Israeli historian Ilan Pappe talks about the prospects for Middle East peace.
Last Modified: 05 Dec 2010 06:44 GMT
Prince El Hassan bin Talal

The former Crown Prince of Jordan talks about the Middle East peace process and the shifting dynamics of power in the region. Plus, author and humourist PJ O'Rourke discusses Sarah Palin's presidential bid and his new book, Don't Vote, It Just Encourages the Bastards.



Ilan Pappe

The Israeli historian talks about the possibility of a one-state solution in the Middle East peace process. Plus, Mark Regev, Binyamin Netanyahu's spokesman, talks about settlement building in the West Bank and the stalled Middle East peace negotiations. And actress Samantha Bond talks about playing Miss Moneypenny in the James Bond films and working alongside her husband in her new play, An Ideal Husband.

This episode of Frost over the World aired from Friday, November 26, 2010.

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