World Watch

Forced Laughter
G8 SUMMIT At a press conference wrapping up the G-8 summit in Sea Island, Georgia last week, George W. Bush was asked how his policy battles with some of his guests affected his personal relations with them. "Well, we go to different corners of the room and we face the wall," he said, laughing. It has been some time since he felt so free to make bad jokes. Bush has been working hard to mend fences and keep the world focused on the unanimous U.N. Security Council resolution passed last week recognizing the interim Iraqi...

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