U.S. Foreign Policy Challenges in 2004, Pt. 1

Along with continued violence and the raised terror alert, there was some good news recently. The capture of Saddam Hussein. Libya says it will give up its weapons of mass destruction. And European countries agree to restructure Iraq's debt. Join Neal Conan and his guests to discuss America's foreign policy challenges in the Middle East and Far East.

Guests:

Ambassador Edward Djerejian
*Director of the James Baker III Institute for Public Policy at Rice University in Houston, Texas
*Ambassador to Israel under President Clinton *Ambassador to Syria under Presidents Reagan and Bush, Sr.
*Chairman, Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy

Kenneth Lieberthal
*Former senior director for Asia on the National Security Council under President Clinton (1998-2000)
*Professor of political science at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

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