A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
The Pentagon is allowing more than 500 journalists to accompany U.S. forces in Iraq. If there is a war, they will cover combat directly from the field. Diane will hear different perspectives on the value and implications of this level of access.
- Bryan Whitman deputy assistant secretary of defense for public affairs, U.S. Department of Defense
- James Fallows national correspondent for the "Atlantic Monthly."
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