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Week of Sun, 2007-02-18 00:00 to Sat, 2007-02-24 23:59
Bolivia ex-President report (5:30) February 22, 2007permalink
The World's Ruxandra Guidi reports on the case of Bolivia's former President Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada. He's currently living in exile in the United States, but his country wants him extradited back home to face charges relating to the deaths of more than 60 protesters in 2003.
Prince Harry report (1:00) February 22, 2007permalink
Britain's Prince Harry is preparing to go to Iraq as part of the British military serving there.
US military strategy in Iraq (5:00) February 22, 2007permalink
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Lawrence Kaplan, author of an article in The New Republic that looks at US military strategy in Iraq. Kaplan says American forces are making some progress against Sunni insurgents in the provinces outside of Baghdad. But he says the Iraqi capital requires a different strategy.
Nixon in China lexicon report (2:30) February 21, 2007permalink
The World's Alex Gallafent examines the political expression, "Only Nixon could go to China."
Freeman interview (5:45) February 21, 2007permalink
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Chas Freeman, the principal interpreter for President Nixon when he travelled to China 35 years ago. Freeman says his working relationship with Nixon was a challenging one.
Nixon in China ping pong report (7:00) February 21, 2007permalink
Thirty-five years ago today, President Richard Nixon got off a plane in Beijing, China. That began a new era in US-China relations. The opening for it came with something that's now called ping-pong diplomacy. The World's Mary Kay Magistad has more on how it started.