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Iraq-US Relations / World View / Carothers Interview #721795

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Feb 15, 2003
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Kuwait City: Ryan Chilcote) The feelings of Kuwaitis about the US in its push for war with Iraq featured. [In barber shop, two Kuwaiti MEN – favor the US policy toward Iraq.]

(Ankara, Turkey: James Martone) Opposition to war by citizens of Turkey featured. [On the street, Turkish MAN {in English}, WOMAN, two MEN {thru translator} – oppose US policy.]

(Jerusalem: Kelly Wallace) Support for the US in Israel featured. [At shopping mall, two MEN, WOMAN – comment.]

(Bethlehem, West Bank: Ben Wedeman) The Palestinian view of the US and its policies presented. [On the street, two Palestinian MEN {thru translator}, MAN {in English} – comment.]

(Amman, Jordan: Rula Amin) The views of citizens of Jordan toward the US featured. [On the street, two Jordanian MEN – comment.]

(Cairo, Egypt: Sandy Petroykowski) The Egyptian view on a US-led war examined. [Two Egyptian MEN {thru translator} – comment.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) The anti-war demonstration on the beach in Santa Monica, California, shown. Live interview held with Carnegie Institute Thomas Carothers† about the world’s view of the US and how the US would rebuild Iraq after a war. [In Washington, CAROTHERS – comments on the difficulty in establishing democracy in Iraq; talks about the transition to Iraqi civilian rule; says the Bush administration is burning bridges; states the ideal scenario in Iraq would be a power-sharing arrangement between the Shiites, Sunnis and Kurds.]

Reporter(s):
Lin, Carol;
Chilcote, Ryan;
Martone, James;
Wallace, Kelly;
Wedeman, Ben;
Amin, Rula;
Petroykowski, Sandy
Duration:
00:09:20

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