Linda talks with Edward Djerejian (jur-RAY-jee-in), former ambassador to Syria during the Reagan and Bush Administrations, former ambassador to Israel during the Clinton Administration, and is currently director of the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy at Rice University. He played an important role in the coalition against Iraq's invasion of Kuwait, and in establishing collective security arrangements in the Gulf region. He and Linda discuss what he thinks are the best options for the U-S at this stage of its continuing crisis with Iraq.



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