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Nightline: Mid-Life Crisis #649122

ABC Special for Friday, Apr 16, 1999

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  • Live discussion between Ted Koppel (ABC) and Johns Hopkins University Professor Michael Mandelbaum re: preparations for the upcoming event commemorating NATO's 50th anniversary as its military campaign continues in Kosovo against Yugoslavian forces there.
  • Taped segments with Chris Bury (ABC), Deputy White House Chief of Staff Maria Echaveste, NATO Summit Vice Director Major General Joseph Garrett, Bob Johnson of Nextel, former National Security Council official Charles Kupchan, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander retired General John Galvin, Jonathan Eyal of the Royal United Services Institute, then Great Britain Prime Minister Winston Churchill, former US Ambassador to NATO Robert Hunter, University of Chicago Professor John Mearsheimer, Sen. John Warner, Defense Secretary William Cohen, and unidentified others.
  • Taped excerpts of statements by unidentified people re: NATO.

  • Reporter(s):
    Bury, Chris
    Duration:
    00:30:00

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