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    U.S. Role in World Affairs

    Panelists spoke about U.S. foreign policy and the concept of “American exceptionalism,” the belief that America differs from other developed nations as a result of its national heritage, diversity, and…

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    British Prime Minister Blair

    Martin Walker talked about Tony Blair’s plans to step down as British prime minister. Topics included Mr. Blair’s possible replacement, the issues the new prime minister will face, and the future…

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    After Words with John O\'Sullivan

    John O’Sullivan discussed his book, The President, the Pope, and the Prime Minister: Three Who Changed the World, published by Regnery Publishing. Interviewed by Mr. Walker, Mr. O’Sullivan…

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    Post-Wilsonian Wilsonianism

    Moderator: Samuel Wells, Associate Director, and Director, West European Studies Program, Woodrow Wilson Center "Progressive Internationalism and Reformed Capitalism: New Freedom to New Deal", Emily S. Rosenberg,…

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    State of International Affairs

    Journalists spoke about U.S. foreign policy and the state of international alliances. They also answered questions from students about a number of issues including U.S. relations with…

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    The Real State of the Union: Foreign Policy

    The panelists talked about current foreign policy and speculated about what President Bush will include in his State of the Union address. Topics included the Iraq War and its aftermath,…

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    Reporting War and International Politics

    Journalists talked about international coverage of foreign affairs events. Among the topics they addressed were coverage of combat operations in Iraq, editorial decision making, and…

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    Life in the Soviet Union

    A short video was shown of interviews of family in Moscow on their lives in Russia. The video clips were shot by Brian Lockman, a former C-SPAN employee from his visit to the Soviet Union.…

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    The Presidential Race

    Three panelists discussed the upcoming 2000 presidential elections. Among the issues discussed here the campaign strategies of the candidates, as well as their predictions on the outcome of…

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    Book World 25th Anniversary

    A celebration was held to honor the 25th anniversary of the Washington Post section on books entitled “Book World.” Ms. King talked about her years as editor and the significance of the “Book…

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    Newspaper Roundtable

    In the newspaper roundtable, Pat Buchanan and Martin Walker talked about current news stories of interest to them and took viewer calls.

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    British Election Preview

    Various events from the British election campaign were shown including campign stops by John Major and Tony Blair. The general election will be held on May 1, and the House of Commons will…

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    British Election Preview

    Various events from the British election campaign were shown. The general election will be held on May 1, and the House of Commons will reopen officially two weeks after the election. Ambassador John…

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    Washington Journal: Friday

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes…

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    Road to the White House

    This week’s program highlighted President Clinton and Dole campaign activities on the last weekend before the election, including Clinton speeches in San Antonio and Little Rock and a Bob…

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    Washington Journal: Friday

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes…

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    Government and the Press

    Panelists, including Bernard Ingham, Former Press Secretary to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher discussed the relationship between the press and press officers of the U.K. and U.S. government. They…

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    The Right to Privacy

    As part of a symposium on “The New World Order: The Role of the Media in the United States and the United Kingdom,” journalists shared their thoughts on the legal right to privacy, saying…

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    Washington Sunday Journal

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes…

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    Super Tuesday Primaries

    Martin Walker and Harrison Hickman discussed the results of the Super Tuesday primaries in which 362 delegates were at stake. Judy Keen talked about how “USA Today” would cover Senator…

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