President Bush went to the Asia-Pacific Summit to shore up America's influence in Asia. We hear about North Korea, China and America's complex relationship with its former Communist enemy, Vietnam. Will a Democratic Congress approve a free trade deal Republicans rejected? Plus, Iran invites Syria and Iraq to the bargaining table, and Russian spies, deadly poison, and tea in a London hotel--it’s not the new James Bond film, but a real-life drama unfolding in England. Sara Terry guest hosts.
President Bush in Vietnam
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