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Nightline #657493

ABC Special for Thursday, Dec 20, 2001

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  • Discussion with Ted Koppel (ABC), Cox Newspapers correspondent Larry Kaplow, "The Economist" correspondent Chris McCall, and "Time Magazine" Middle East correspondent Scott MacLeod re: US options in continuing the war against terrorism beyond Afghanistan, including the possibility of a US effort to oust Saddam Hussein's regime in Iraq, as well as possible US involvement in the Philippines.
  • Taped segment with Dave Marash (ABC), George W. Bush, Daniel Benjamin of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Martin Seemungal (ABC), former CIA Director James Woolsey, and "Washington Post" columnist Jim Hoagland.

  • Reporter(s):
    Marash, Dave

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