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Studio interview: How will Israel, Lebanon clash affects Mideast peace process

08-04-2010 14:43 BJT

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For some insight into tensions between Israel and Lebanon, we're joined by our current affairs commentator, Professor Tao Wenzhao from the Tsinghua Center for China-US Relations. Welcome, Professor Tao.

Q1: Tuesday's deadly clash has killed both Lebanese and Israeli soldiers. It's the most serious violence along the frontier in four years. Do you think the tensions will escalate to a war as they did in 2006? Why?

Q2: How will this conflict affect the Mideast peace process, and Israel's relationships with its neighbors?


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