Gibbs, Nancy; Bacon Jr., Perry; Dickerson, John F.; Tumulty, Karen; Waller, Douglas
March 2004
Time;3/15/2004, Vol. 163 Issue 11, p45
Discusses presidential candidate John Kerry's perspective on the Iraq War. Reaction to the suggestion that his beliefs are too nuanced; Response to whether he has a better answer for getting America out of Iraq; Approach to international alliances as assets; Plan to give the U.N. and NATO larger roles going forward in Iraq; Importance of the power of diplomacy; Assertion that President Bush broke all of his promises.


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