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Topics and Guests for March 7:
President Bush said Thursday night that he will insist on a vote in the U.N. Security Council on a final resolution on Iraq, saying that the members of the international body must "show their cards" on how to proceed against the defiant nation and its leader Saddam Hussein.
Sen. George Allen, R-VA
Sen. Bill Nelson, D-FL
Major military operations are being launched in hunt of Usama bin Laden, get the details…
Michael Battles, former CIA operations officer
Michael Swetnam, co-author of Osama bin Laden, Al Qaida: Profile of a Terrorist Network
The chief U.N. weapons inspectors were back at the U.N. Security Council Friday to deliver what almost certainly will be their last report on Iraq's progress in disarming, and whether a war will be necessary to force Saddam Hussein to give up his arms.
Blix gave a preview of his report earlier this week by saying that Iraq is now cooperating "a great
deal more" and engaging in "real disarmament," but he admitted Baghdad is not fully complying.
Reacting to Blix’s speech at the U.N.
Ambassador Marc Ginsberg, former ambassador to Morocco
Ambassador Dennis Ross, former special Middle East coordinator
Bill Sammon, The Washington Times
Amb. Richard Burt, former ambassador to Germany
Bill Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard
NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change