Foreign Allies' Views of President Bush's Foreign Policy


Guest:
John Parker
*Washington Bureau Chief, The Economist magazine

Ayako Doi
*Washington Editor, Japan Digest

Stefan Simons
*Foreign Editor, Der Spiegel

Rich Lowry
*Editor, The National Review

During his State of the Union address earlier this month, President Bush referred to Iraq, Iran and North Korea as an "axis of evil". The president's rhetoric has raised concerns among some of America's allies about the next stage in the war on terrorism. What do you make of the international concern?

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