ABC Special for Monday, Jan 11, 1993
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Live discussion with Chris Wallace (ABC), former International Atomic Energy Agency inspector David Kay, Sen. William Cohen, and retired Lieutenant General Calvin Waller re: the current US-Iraq confrontation over Iraq's violations of the Persian Gulf war cease fire agreement. Live reports by John McWethy (ABC) at the State Department and Jim Laurie (ABC) in Baghdad. Taped segment with Cokie Roberts (ABC), UN Spokesman Abdellatif Kabbaj, Geoffrey Kemp of the Carnegie Endowment, Middle East analyst Robin Wright, military analyst Bernard Trainor, President elect Bill Clinton Communications Director George Stephanopoulos, UN Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali, and unidentified others.
- Wallace, Chris (ABC);
- Roberts, Cokie (ABC)
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