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Foreign Policy / North Korea / Missile Tests / Wright Interview #836579

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 06, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The failure of the North Korean long-range missile Taepodong-2† reported.

(New York: John Roberts) The US response to Korea's missile tests, which is the latest in a series of foreign policy challenges for President Bush, featured. [BUSH - says the problem can be solved diplomatically by working in concert; states the president has to deal with threats.] [Brookings Inst. Michael O'HANLON†- says the administration's choice {of Iraq} left it ignoring Korea.] [Undersecretary of State Nicholas BURNS†- assures we have a powerful diplomatic apparatus.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Taped interview held with "Washington Post" reporter Robin Wright about American foreign policy crises. [WRIGHT - says we have not had this many foreign policy crises since the end of the Cold War; comments on the concerns of conservatives & neo-conservatives about these matters, on the inconsistencies & diversities in the administration's handling of Iraq, Iran & North Korea, on the international community's suspicions of the Bush administration.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Roberts, John

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