President Bush Goes to India

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The President stopped off in Afghanistan today, saying he still thinks Osama bin Laden is going to be captured. He also played down the prospect of a nuclear agreement during his visit to India, where tens of thousands of Muslim protesters already were on the street, chanting slogans like "Killer Bush Go Back." If there is a nuclear technology deal, what's the message to Iran and other countries that want to build nuclear bombs? We talk about the President's effort to cultivate "the world's largest democracy" as a counterweight to China, with journalists and experts on South Asia and nonproliferation, including former officials of the US State Department.
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USA Patriot Act Additional Reauthorizing Amendments Act of 2006 (S 2271)

Patriot Act Reauthorization Act (HR 3199)

Senator Feingold on opposition to Patriot Act

Senator Sununu on increased protection of civil liberties in Patriot Act

President Bush's travel to South Asia

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

Biological Weapons Convention

Chemical Weapons Convention

National Uniformity for Food Act (HR 4167)

California's Proposition 65 (Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986)



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