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Nightline #646809

ABC Special for Friday, Sep 14, 1990

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Live discussion re: US options in response to the threat of Iraq expansionism in the Persian Gulf region with Ted Koppel (ABC), French Ambassador to the US Jacques Andreani, Professor Roger Fisher, "Ha'aretz" Defense Editor Ze'ev Schiff, and former CIA Counsel John Greaney; taped segment with Christian Malar of La Cinq News, French President Francois Mitterrand, French Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Daniel Bernard, Canadian TV reporter Craig Oliver, Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, Canadian Parliament member Lloyd Axeworthy, ITN reporter Nik Gowing, "Defense Magazine" editor Chris Jenkins, British Defense Secretary Tom King, David Ensor (ABC), excerpts of today's George Bush press conference, and Professor Robert Lieber.


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