What's the Next Step In Iraq?


Guests:
Senator Bob Graham
*Democratic Senator from Florida

Edmund Ghareeb
*Adjunct Professor of Middle East Studies, American University
*Author, The Iraqi-Kuwaiti Conflict and Its Implications (Oxford Univ. Press, 2001)

Henri Barkey
*Professor of International Relations, Lehigh University, PA
*Former Member, The State Department Policy Planning Staff (1998-2000)

Ralf Beste
*Correspondent, Der Speigel (German weekly news magazine)

Vebjorn Sand
*Norwegian Artist, The Leonardo Project in Oslo, Norway

Since September 11th, some political leaders and military analysts have wanted to go after Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. Although there is no evidence linking Saddam to the September attacks there has been much speculation about his involvement. The U.S. and its allies have also viewed Saddam Hussein's effort to make weapons of mass destruction as a threat to global security. Is Iraq the next target in the war on terrorism?

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