WASHINGTON WEEK | August 3, 2007 Webcast Extra | PBS
In this online-only extra, Washington Week moderator Gwen Ifill and panel cover: The expected passage of a landmark bill that would overhaul lobbying and ethics standards /reports on the White House embracing a New York Times op-ed by two long-time critics of the Bush administration's war strategy that suggested the troop surge is showing signs of progress, plus the significance of Rice-Gates trip to the Middle East, and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's visit to Camp David; and why Democratic presidential candidates are focusing on foreign policy and strategies for getting out of Iraq while Republican candidates are challenged defending an unpopular war and unpopular president. Plus a closer look at Senator Obama's proposed plan to go after al Qaeda in Pakistan. *You* can participate in Washington Week roundtable discussions. Each week moderator Gwen Ifill and a panel of top journalists take your questions during the Washington Week Webcast Extra. For more information go to http://www.pbs.org/washingtonweek/
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