- Newsmaker: On the Ground in the Mid-East after Bush's Speech
Last week's suicide bombings and Israel's reaction delayed President Bush's speech on the Middle East until yesterday. Claire Marshall, the BBC's Jerusalem correspondent, updates the situation in the West Bank and Gaza where Israel has retaken every major Palestinian town, made scores of arrests of suspected terrorists and established a curfew that makes daily life and implementation of democratic processes all but impossible.
- Reporter's Notebook: Speechwriting 101 for Bush
With confusion about the President's speech and mixed reactions around the world, what was Mr. Bush trying to accomplish? Now a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, David Frum is the former White House speechwriter who's been credited for inventing the phrase "axis of evil." Frum analyzes how Bush used words to convey his message.
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