CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 04, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(Washington: David Ensor) President Bush's plans for national security in his second term examined; details given of the challenge of repairing US credibility caused mostly by the war in Iraq, of concerns about Iran's nuclear ambitions, the Middle East & North Korea. [Former aide Richard FALKENRATH- talks about the effort with international partners; states we need a multi-lateral coalition to stop Iran.] [Carnegie Endowment Jessica MATHEWS- says confidence in our leadership was replaced by resentment & fear; states the US has to make progress happen in the Middle East.]
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