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At Last, Egypt Settles On Presidential Candidates

The election is less than a month away, and the front-runner appears to be Amr Moussa, who is known internationally as the former head of the Arab League. Two prominent Islamists are also in the race, along with a former prime minister under Hosni Mubarak.
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New Complications In U.S.- China Relations

Diane and guests explore political intrigue in China, in light of ongoing internal power struggles and the recent escape of a dissident. We take a look at new complications in U.S. – China relations ahead of high-level talks in Beijing.

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The Charles Taylor Case And International Justice

Former Liberian President Charles Taylor was found guilty by an international tribunal of planning, aiding and abetting war crimes during the 1990s. This marks the first time since World War II that a current or former head of state was convicted by a tribunal of crimes committed while in office.
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Perspectives On Foreign Policy - Madeleine Albright and Bruce Riedel (Rebroadcast)

A look back at America's role on the global stage since World War II and a look forward at how the U.S. can best use its position of power as it navigates conflicts and crises around the world.

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