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Frost Over the World
The 'war on terror' 10 years on
Donald Rumsfeld, the former US secretary of defence, speaks to Sir David Frost.
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2011 13:08

This week Sir David Frost presents Frost Over the World from the US.

He discusses the 'war on terror' with Donald Rumsfeld, the former US secretary of defence, as well as the recent kidnapping of Judith Tebbutt and the situation in Somalia with Raila Odinga, the Kenyan prime minister.

Part two

John McCain, US senator and former US presidential candidate 2008, joins Frost to discuss the future of the Republican Party.

Sir David also talks to Mikheil Shaakashvili, the Georgian president, about the relationship with Russia, discontent among the Georgian population and the future of democracy in Georgia. 

Sarah Jessica Parker speaks about her career and new film I Don't Know How She Does It, which is in theatres now.

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Al Jazeera
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