Iraq's Neighbors & Military Strike

— Host Renee Montagne talks to Philip Robins, a Middle East Specialist at Oxford University, about why most countries neighboring Iraq are not publicly supporting a military strike against Saddam Hussein. Even countries such as Saudi Arabia and Syria, which were critical members of the coalition that drove Iraqi forces out of Kuwait, refuse to endorse military action this time. Robins explains the reasons for their opposition.

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