'Weekly Standard' Editor William Kristol

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Author and Journalist Lawrence Wright

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Iraqi Women's-Rights Activist Yanar Mohammed

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Defense Analyst Carl Conetta

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U.S. Army Lt. Col. John Nagl

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Former Iraqi Official Ali A. Allawi

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Former U.S. Ambassador Peter Galbraith

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Professor Kanan Makiya

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Retired British Army Gen. Sir Michael Rose

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U.S. servicemen line up to board a bus as they begin their journey home at Al Asad Air Base west of Baghdad, Iraq, on Nov. 1. The U.S. has promised to withdraw from Iraq by the end of the year as required by a 2008 security agreement between Washington and Baghdad. Some 39,000 U.S. troops are scheduled to clear out along with their equipment. Khalid Mohammed/AP hide caption

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After U.S. Troops Leave, What Happens To Iraq?

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