Tough times for Diplomacy: A talk with Israeli Ambassador Daniel Carmon

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

As the crisis in Gaza continues, the world seeks diplomatic solutions for a decades old conflict. As Israel intensifies its hunt for Hamas, the international community pleas for peace, and protests have erupted around the world. And with a certain inauguration happening next week, it is a tough time to be an Israeli diplomat. Ambassador Daniel Carmon is the Deputy Permanent Representative of Israel to the United Nations he joins us this morning for his take on Gaza.

The United Nations has called for a cease-fire in Gaza.

Guests:

Ambassador Daniel Carmon

Contributors:

Kent DePinto and Katherine Lanpher

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