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Several new moves are afoot to speed the end of the war in Afghanistan. Margaret Warner reports.
According to the head of Afghanistan's new peace council, the Taliban is ready to take part in serious peace negotiations. But the council's chairman warned the process won't happen over night.
In other news Monday, dire forecasts emerged for future economic growth and Afghan President Hamid Karzai confirmed his government has been talking with Taliban leaders for "quite some time."…
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair talks to Margaret Warner about the resumption of Mideast peace talks in Egypt Tuesday, saying that if current leaders cannot succeed, an agreement may not be possible.
Amid an ailing economy, labor unions find themselves struggling to compromise with employers on wages and benefits. Paul Solman reports.
Judy Woodruff speaks with Daniel Levy, director of the Middle East Task Force at the New America Foundation, and Hisham Melhem, Washington bureau chief of Al-Arabiya, about what progress was made Thursday at the start of renewed Middle East peace…
Middle East peace negotiations started again Thursday for the first time in two years at the State Department in Washington. But Israelis and Palestinians face many hurdles in the coming weeks and months of talks. Judy Woodruff has more.
Robert Mnookin, author of "Bargaining with the Devil," speaks with economics correspondent Paul Solman about the rewards and challenges of negotiations.
Direct peace negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians are set to resume next month in Washington after nearly two years. Jeffrey Brown has more.
As the U.S. looks to relieve tensions with China in a series of high-level talks, Ray Suarez gets two points of view on the economic and foreign policy relationships between the two countries.
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