Flash Interactive: Brokering Peace

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Click on the link below to see the Camp David negotiations through the eyes of the participants, and witness Carter's role in brokering peace.

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Years after Jimmy Carter's Camp David meetings with Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin and Egyptian prime minister Anwar Sadat, peace in the Middle East remains a distant dream.

Yet Camp David was a landmark event. Carter received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002 in part for the work he did there. His unprecedented efforts brought Arabs and Jews together, establishing a framework for peace. Historian Betty Glad considers Camp David Carter's greatest legacy. How did the president accomplish so much in just 13 days?

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