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Frost Over the World
Madeleine Albright
The former US secretary of state, discusses American policy in the Middle East.
Last Modified: 15 Apr 2007 10:04 GMT

Madeleine Albright on Frost Over The World
At a time when the pressure on George Bush, the US president, shows no sign of slowing down either at home or abroad, Madeleine Albright, the former US secretary of state, joins Sir David Frost to discuss American policy in the Middle East, the pressure on Bush and the US presidential contenders.

The interview begins with the UK-Iranian sailor crisis and Albright discusses the British governments' handling of the issue as well as reflecting upon her memories of the 1979 US-Iran hostage crisis.

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