Today's Elections, a Referendum on President Bush and Iraq?

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American culture has spread all over the globe.  Now trade, terrorism and global warming have made the planet smaller than ever. So the rest of the world is watching as the Superpower goes to the polls. Do today's elections look like a referendum on President Bush and the war in Iraq? Is there hope for continuity or change? Does the US retain the moral authority it gained in the immediate aftermath of September 11? We go to the Middle East, Asia, Europe and Mexico.

Credits

Guests:
Ismael Zayer - Editor-in-Chief of New Sabah, Louise Roug - Reporter for the Los Angeles Times, Uri Dromi - Miami Herald, Roger Harrison - Senior reporter for Arab News, Mary Dejevsky - The Independent - @marydejevsky, Robert Marquand - Beijing Bureau Chief for the Christian Science Monitor, Sergio Sarmiento - Political and economic commentator for TV Azteca

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Christian Bordal, Karen Radziner, Andrea Brody