NPR News Special: Hour One — Assessment of U.S. Strikes on Afghanistan


Guests:

Pam Fessler
*NPR Reporter at the White House

(Retired) Major General Mike Davidson
*Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for 3 years during the first Bush and the Clinton adminstrations and had significant responsibility for homeland security

Richard Holbrooke
*Former Ambassador to the United Nations (Clinton, 1999-2001)
*Assistant Secretary of State for Europe (1994-1996) - Chief architect of the 1995 Dayton Peace Agreement that ended the war in Bosnia
*Member, Council of Foreign Relations, New York, N.Y.

Steve Inskeep
*NPR Reporter at the Pentagon (update on new attacks in Afghanistan)

Richard Knox
*NPR Reporter in Florida covering second case of anthrax

Mary Ann Mckuen
*Reporter from member station WNYC covering Monday's Columbus Day Parade

White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer Briefing From the White House

With the U.S. and British air strikes on Afghanistan, the war on terrorism has entered a new phase. More military action is expected. In this country, fear of a possible terrorist response has placed local, federal and state law enforcement authorities on a state of high alert. Join Neal Conan for the latest news, live briefings, and updates from reporters and analysts around the world. Special coverage from NPR news.

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