Conflict

Iraq Update

July 21, 2003

U.S. troops are likely to be in Iraq at least through next spring, much longer than some officials originally projected. As America keeps careful count of its Iraq casualties, Diane and her guests talk about why troops are in Iraq for the...

Guantanamo Detainees

July 8, 2003

A conversation about the plans underway for charging or releasing the 680 people at the U.S. military facility in Guantanamo, Cuba, many of whom have been there since the fall of 2001.

Rebuilding Iraq

July 2, 2003

U.S and British commanders in Iraq have permission to form city councils and select interim provincial governors but rebuilding efforts continue to be hindered by sporadic but lethal attacks. A panel joins Diane to talk about 'the...

Liberia

July 1, 2003

A panel talks about the latest news from the war-torn West African nation of Liberia, where indicted war criminal President Charles Taylor refuses to step down, and why refugees, U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan and others are calling on...

U.S. - Pakistan Relations

June 23, 2003

A discussion of Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf's meeting with President Bush at Camp David Tuesday to talk about the war on terrorism, Islamic fundamentalism in politics, and much more.

Protests in Iran

June 17, 2003

Students in Iran have staged a series of protests for domestic reforms. Ruling clerics have blamed the demonstrations on outside influences, particularly the United States. Two analysts join Diane to talk about what's going on in Iran and...

U.S. Rebuilding Efforts in Iraq

June 12, 2003

In the past two weeks 10 U.S. servicemen have been killed in Iraq. Two panelists join Diane to talk about dangers and complexities of the U.S mission in Iraq.

Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq

June 10, 2003

President Bush has said he is convinced that Iraq had a weapons program but after weeks of search, conclusive evidence has yet to be found. Two guests join Diane to talk about questions now being raised about the weapons program in Iraq...

Terrorist Attacks

May 19, 2003

Moroccan government officials say they suspect that members of Al Qaeda were behind coordinated attacks that killed more than forty last Friday night in that country. Diane and her guests talk about the recent series of terrorist attacks...

Marilyn Thompson: "The Killer Strain" (Harper Collins)

May 15, 2003

Investigative journalist Marilyn Thompson talks about the unsolved letter-borne anthrax attacks that terrorized Americans in the fall of 2001, killing five people.

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