Issues Blistering Critique of Kerry, Fellow Democrats
Text: In his keynote address to the Republican National Convention, Democratic
Sen. Zell Miller derided his party's nominee as "more wrong, more weak and
more wobbly than any other national figure." Miller called on Americans to
support the president and elect him to another term.
Colleagues and reporters reflect on the complicated political past of Democrat
Considers State of the Campaign, Defends Convention Tone
and NewsHour analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks spoke with Karl Rove, President
Bush's chief political adviser, about the presidential campaign.
of Global Security Weigh on Presidential Campaign
to the major military effort that continues in Iraq, foreign policy challenges
in Chechnya, Israel and Sudan will also face the next president. Two senators
debate the candidates' world views and discuss how America would respond to current
Andrew Kohut assesses the public's opinion of America's foreign policy.
Presidential historians consider how campaigns have been effected in the past
by unexpected foreign and domestic crises.
Nations at Center of Republican Debate
the Republican convention, GOP lawmakers have criticized the United Nations as
overly bureaucratic and impeding U.S. interests. The debate is part of an ongoing
policy question within the party.
Two Republican Congressman debate America's relationship with the United Nations.
Shields and Brooks discuss GOP foreign policy.