- Making News: Bush, Blair, Aznar to Meet on Iraq
A majority of Security Council members now publicly say they won-t vote for the new resolution on war with Iraq. Today, the White House announced a summit meeting with President Bush, British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Spanish President Jos- Mar-a Aznar. Ellen Laipson, president of the nonpartisan Henry L Stimson Center, which focuses on peace and security, explains the motivation behind the last-minute talks.
- Reporter's Notebook: Kristol on Regime Change, Iraq, Clout of The Weekly Standard
Since September 11, President Bush has moved toward a foreign policy based on the pre-emptive use of American power to accomplish regime change and establish liberal democracies around the world. One of those who-s helped influence that shift is William Kristol, publisher of the Weekly Standard. Kristol, co-author of The War over Iraq, talks about Iraq and America-s aggressive new foreign policy mission in Baghdad and beyond.
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