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British Prime Minister Tony Blair comes to Washington this week to meet with President Bush. Diane and her guests talk about some of the issues likely to be on their agenda including the war in Iraq, aid to Africa and the upcoming G-8 summit.
- Adrian Wooldridge Washington bureau chief, "The Economist"
- Martin Walker foreign affairs writer, United Press International.
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