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Johnson, Paul
February 2005
National Review;2/28/2005, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p18
Focuses on the political leadership of United States President George W. Bush in the War on Terrorism. Reference to the elections in Afghanistan and Iraq as a show of Bush's success in bringing democracy to the Middle East; Claim that terrorism is on the retreat because of Bush's actions; Need for Bush to ensure that terrorists do not acquire weapons of mass destruction; Report that Libya bought from North Korea supplies of uranium hexafluoride for the development of nuclear capabilities; Statement that North Korea is willing to assist rogue states in acquiring nuclear weapons; Discussion of ways in which the Bush Administration has tried to convince North Korea to abandon its nuclear ambitions; Suggestion that the United States carry out an air strike on Yongbyon and other centers where North Korea's nuclear programs are conducted; Development of bombs for the destruction of underground bunkers; Possibility that Iran will develop nuclear weapons; Discussion of the foreign public opinion regarding Bush's War on Terrorism.


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