A panel of journalists from international media organizations join Diane to talk about German and Afghan election results, President Bush’s leadership in the aftermath of Katrina, and other stories making headlines around the world.


  • Tom Buhrow Bureau chief, German Television ARD
  • Justin Webb Washington correspondent for the BBC
  • Khaled Dawoud Al-Ahram, Washington Bureau Chief
  • Hiroyuki Akita Chief political correspondent, Nikkei Newspapers


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