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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak visits the White House for the first time in five years. His message: Arab nations want peace but Israel must make concessions first. U.S.-Egypt relations and the peace process.
- Martin Indyk Vice president for foreign policy, the Brookings Institution.
- Michele Dunne Senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and editor of the monthly online journal, "Arab Reform Bulletin."
- Samer Shehata Assistant professor of Arab politics, Georgetown University Center for Contemporary Arab Studies.
- Nicole Shampaine Director, the State Department's office of Egypt and Levant Affairs.
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