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Diane and her guests talk about the legacy and views of U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan.
- Barbara Slavin Journalist and author; former assistant managing editor for world and national security at "The Washington Times."
- Nile Gardiner Director of the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom at the Heritage Foundation
- Stanley Meisler Author of "Kofi Annan: A Man of Peace in a World of War" (Wiley) and former foreign and diplomatic correspondent for the Los Angeles Times
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