Weapons Inspectors Report to U.N. Security Council

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The chief U.N. weapons inspectors report to the U.N. Security Council on Monday, which could mark a turning point on the situation with Iraq. Host Neal Conan and guests discuss the latest developments and explore European alternatives to war.

Guests:

Mike Shuster
* NPR Diplomatic Correspondent

Walter Russell Mead
* Senior Fellow for US Foreign Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations
* Author of Special Providence: American foreign Policy and How It Changed the World (Routledge, paperback, 2002)

Jacqueline Grapin
* President of the European Institute in Washington, DC

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