- Newsmaker: Blair's Tactical Goals in Afghanistan - In Germany, the UN-sponsored conference on Afghanistan's future has begun, while in Afghanistan, bitter fighting continues. Meantime, The Sunday Times reports on increased friction between the US and Great Britain. The Times' James Clark says a difference over tactical goals is what's rankling America's most important ally.
- Reporter's Notebook: Pro-War Sentiment Prevails on Campuses - Years ago, America's college campuses were synonymous with the anti-war movement. How does the 21st Century's first war look to college students today? Harvard University student Erin Ashwell instigated a nationwide survey that gauged college students' opinions about government, the war, politics and government service.
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