Please note that these topics reflect the composition of "Washington Week" as of Wednesday afternoon. Story topics and the reporters covering them are subject to change until time of air. This week on Washington Week moderator Gwen Ifill and her panel of top reporters review the year' s key news events, with: -- Michael Duffy of TIME Magazine on the war and international relations; --Alan Murray of CNBC on the economy; --Richard Berke of The New York Times on the run-up to next year's presidential primaries; and -- Alexis Simendinger of National Journal on the major developments in domestic policy this year. [26 minutes]
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