- Making News: Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic Assassinated
The prime minister of Serbia has been gunned down by assassins in Belgrade. Fifty year-old Zoran Djindjic was a pro-Western reformer who surrendered former President Slobodan Milosevic to the War Crimes Tribunal at The Hague. Zoran Sekulech, editor-in-chief of the independent Fonet News Agency, says Djindjic-s death constitutes a major blow to his country-s democratic movement.
- Reporter's Notebook: A Comeback for Gary Hart?
Revelations of an extramarital affair drove Colorado-s Democratic Senator Gary Hart out of the 1988 presidential race. Since then, he-s practiced law, written extensively, and earned a doctorate at Oxford University. Now, he-s considering another run for the world-s most powerful office, testing the waters in Iowa, New York, Massachusetts and California. Hart shares his thoughts on the Democrats, Iraq, North Korea, and the Middle East.
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President Bush has made clear the US will invade Iraq with or without support from the UN Security Council. Even if a Council majority votes for a new resolution, it-s likely that France will veto. With a bitter challenge from within his own party, it-s possible that Tony Blair won-t be able to make Great Britain part of the -coalition of the willing,- though Defense Secretary Rumsfeld says that there are -work-around-s- for that contingency. We consider the diplomatic and military consequences of unilateral action, and whether US defiance of a -No- vote in the Security Council would violate international law, with experts from Tufts University and Johns Hopkins University, the editor of Jane-s World Armies and a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during the first Gulf War.