U.S. - Britain - Terrorism Host Robert Siegel talks with British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw about President George Bush's State of the Union address. They discuss relations with Iran and the rights of British citizens who are being held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Straw says he does not take issue with the conditions at Guantanamo, but he IS concerned about the trials the prisoners there may receive.

U.S. - Britain - Terrorism

U.S. - Britain - Terrorism

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Host Robert Siegel talks with British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw about President George Bush's State of the Union address. They discuss relations with Iran and the rights of British citizens who are being held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Straw says he does not take issue with the conditions at Guantanamo, but he IS concerned about the trials the prisoners there may receive.