The Military Mind

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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

We might have to wait until Labor Day for a presidential candidate, but it’s never too early to start talking running mates. General Wesley Clark, whose name has come up as a potential VP, lays out the direction he thinks the next president should take on military policy. Plus, how the Middle East is viewing Annapolis and we mourn the death of the Washington party scene.

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General Wesley Clark

The Military Mind

General Wesley Clark, retired four-star general, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, 2004 Democratic presidential candidate and the author of A Time to Lead: For Duty, Honor and Courage (Palgrave Macmillan, September 2007), checks in on the state of the military, the state of the war, and the state of ...

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Kosovo Update

New York Times Eastern Europe correspondent Nicholas Wood checks in with an update on Kosovo status talks and the need for NATO troops there.


A Different Kind of Party

Maureen Orth, special correspondent for Vanity Fair and author, The Importance of Being Famous: Behind the Scenes of the Celebrity-Industrial Complex on her article about the death of the Washington party scene.


The Middle Ground on The Middle East

Rami Khouri, editor-at-large for The Daily Star and director of the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs in Beirut, Lebanon, and David Makovsky, a senior fellow and director of The Washington Institute's Project on the Middle East Peace Process, now in Jordan, give the Middle Eastern perspective ...

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Open Phones: Holiday Generation Gap?

Listeners call in on whether young people find it harder to find meaning in the holidays.

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