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Crisis in the Gulf #649796

CNN Special for Thursday, Nov 29, 1990

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Summary and analysis of today's events pertaining to the Persian Gulf region with Bernard Shaw (CNN) and Lou Waters (CNN), including live interview by Shaw with Iraqi Ambassador to the US Mohamed al-Mashat and taped excerpts of statements by and/or interviews with Secretary of State James Baker, Canadian Foreign Minister Joe Clark, Iraqi Ambassador to the UN Abdul Amir al- Anbari, Cuban Foreign Minister Isidoro Malmierca, former Navy Secretary James Webb, former Assistant Defense Secretary Richard Perle, Sen. John Warner, Sen. Edward Kennedy, Tony Benn, Marvin Feuerwerger, Pentagon Spokesman Pete Williams, Iraqi Parliament Speaker Fa'di Mehdi Faleh, Brigadier Patrick Cordingley, Air Force reservist Ronald Jean-Baptiste, Jack Seman, Sabah Jajou, Jordanian Finance Minister Basil Jardaneh, Crown Prince Al Hassan, George Hreish, Milas Jiriskian, Mazen Qammaz, Susan Hagan, Daniel Ellsberg, Peggy Tuxen-Akers, Michael Sherman, Michael Lerner, and unidentified others.


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