NPR Special Coverage: U.S. Strikes Against Afghanistan

NPR Special Coverage: U.S. Strikes Against Afghanistan —

Tom Gjelten
* NPR Defense correspondent

Major General Mike Davidson
*Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for three years during the first Bush and the Clinton adminstrations
* Had significant responsibility for homeland security

Richard Perle
*Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
*Chairman, Defense Policy Board, Department of Defense
*Assistant secretary of defense for international security policy under Ronald Reagan, 1981-1987

Congressman David Dreier (R-CA)
*Chair, House Rules Committee

Rami Khoury
*Syndicated political columnist, based in Amman, Jordan
*Former Editor of the Jordan Times
*Spending this year at Harvard as Nieman Fellow

Rob Gifford * NPR Correspondent in Islamabad, Pakistan

The United States made its initial strikes against Afghanistan today. Join Talk of the Nation host Neal Conan for special coverage of military and political developments.



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