Topics and Guests for March 17

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Topics and Guests for March 17:

9:10
The United Nations' "moment of truth" has arrived. President Bush used that phrase to describe Monday's closed, informal Security Council meeting, which is expected to once again tackle the resolution authorizing war against Iraq.
Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz. 

9:20
Following the summit in Azores… Hans Blix comments the world leaders seemed 'divided'. He says he still wants to travel to Baghdad if Iraq is ready to make progress. Is Blix starting to take a political tone?
Tim Trevan, former U.N. weapons inspectors

9:35
The last stand? Spain, the U.S., Britain, and Portugal give diplomacy one last chance.
Amb. Francisco Javier Ruperez, Spanish ambassador to the U.S.

10:10
Target Iraq: The U.N. endgame?
Chester Crocker, former assistant secretary of state for Africa during the Reagan administration

10:35
President Bush used that phrase to describe Monday's closed, informal Security Council meeting, which is expected to once again tackle the resolution authorizing war against Iraq. Bush may address American the public as early as this evening
Amb. Robert M. Kimmitt, former U.S. ambassador to Germany

11:10
Target Iraq: What’s the word coming out of England?
Sir Harold Walker, former British ambassador to Iraq

12:10
Target Iraq: The U.N. endgame?
Amb. William Luers, president of the United Nations Association of the USA

12:35
Target Iraq: Enough diplomacy?
Rich Lowry, editor, national review & fnc contributor
Erik Gustafson, exec director of EPIC, education for Peace in Iraq Center

1:10
The United States and its allies on Monday withdrew the resolution seeking the use of force against Saddam Hussein. The White House, saying, "the diplomatic window has closed," announced that President Bush would address the nation at 8 p.m. EST.
Amb. James Dobbins, former envoy to Afghanistan

2:10
Target Iraq: Post summit—is war next?
Amb. Richard Burt, former ambassador to Germany

2:35
Is Bush preparing the nation for war? How will the president tell the nation and the world that the game is up and it's time for war? The White House, saying, "the diplomatic window has closed," announced that President Bush would address the nation at 8 p.m. EST.
David Frum former Bush speechwriter

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change