NPR News Special: Hour Three - Assessment of U.S. Strikes on Afghanistan


Guests:

Walter Purdy
*Director, Terrorism Research Center

Michael Sullivan
*NPR Reporter in Islamabad, Pakistan

Jim Glassman
*Fellow, American Enterprise Institute (expert on stock markets)

T.R. Reid
*Bureau Chief, The Washington Post based in London *Contributor, NPR's Morning Editon

Ahmed Asheikh
*News Duty Editor, Al-Jazeera Network, Qatar

Bob Canfield
*Member, City of Los Angeles Emergency Preparedness Department

Sally Quinn
*Reporter, The Washington Post

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.

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