Can Bush Make a Case for Iraq?

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Criticized overseas, and even by Republican allies, President Bush has promised to make his case for removing Saddam Hussein. He-ll involve the Congress, address the UN, and talk to the leaders of China, Russia and France, but he also says that, -doing nothing- is not a serious option.- Does the President know something that hasn-t yet been revealed? Will he satisfy worldwide demands for more -evidence?- We get a sampling of European, UN and Congressional opinion from journalists from The Guardian and Reuters, a Gulf-era State Department official, and CNN political analyst William Schneider. We also get expert opinion on the military realities of trying to disarm Iraq from the editor of Jane-s World Armies.
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