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Jose Maria Aznar
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Jose Maria Aznar sets out his position on the global war on terror

Stephen Sackur talks to Spain's former Prime Minister about the global war on terror and about why he feels his party lost the last election in Spain following the Madrid train bombs.

Iraq, Afghanistan and now Lebanon. All of them are on the frontlines in the global war on terror according to the Bush administration.

This view causes unease in some parts of Europe but not for former Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar. He is still a close ally of George W Bush.

Is he out of step with his own continent?

In an exclusive interview for HARDtalk he talks to Stephen Sackur.

This edition can be seen on HARDtalk on BBC News 24 at 0430 and 2330


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