U.S. Ambassador Dennis Ross discusses Middle East diplomacy

Innovating the Future host and New America CEO Anne-Marie Slaughter talks to Ambassador Dennis Ross, who has held a number of top-level diplomatic roles in the U.S. government across several different administrations and who is currently a counselor and the William Davidson Distinguished Fellow at the Washington Institute. The topic: his idea for how to resolve the problems in the Middle East.

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