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Iraq-US Relations / War Talk / Polls / Oil / Kissinger Interview #723485

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 11, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Studio: William Schneider) Findings of the latest CBS News/"New York Times" poll on Americans' support of a war with Iraq examined; poll figures outlined on screen; scenes shown of anti-war protests around the world that focus on oil. [Inst. for Policy Studies Steve KRETZMANN†- offers an analogy.] [February 23, Representative Dennis KUCINICH†, deputy defense secretary Paul WOLFOWITZ†- offer differing opinions on whether the war is about oil.] [Cambridge Energy Research Associates Jim PLACKE†, "Australian Financial Review" Peter HARTCHER†- says the oil industry wants a stable price & war brings instability.] [March 6, President BUSH - says September 11 tells America we are a battlefield.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live in-studio interview held with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger about war with Iraq. [KISSINGER - suggests we take the UN vote to see how it comes out because all the arguments have been done; states now no compromises will make a difference because Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has had 12 years to comply; offers views on the UN's handling of Iraq; states unless Saddam resigns there is no chance of avoiding war.]

Brown, Aaron;
Schneider, William

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