- Newsmaker: Pentagon Timeline Responds to UN Diplomacy
President Bush is reportedly impatient over the lack of progress in getting a new UN Security Council resolution cracking down on Iraq. One issue has been the weather in that desert country, which might impact when a war could be fought. Bradley Graham, Pentagon correspondent for the Washington Post, analyzes the Council-s progress and the US military buildup in the Gulf.
- Reporters Notebook: Love and Vengeance in Miami and Havana
Cuba-s Fidel Castro is now 76 years old, and still in charge, despite the fact that his country-s economy is collapsing around him. Anne Louis Bardach is a prize-winning journalist who has covered Cuba for 10 years. Her latest book, Cuba Confidential, explores the troubled waters surrounding US-Cuban relations since Castro came to power.
Read an excerpt from the book.
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