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Iraq and its Uneasy Neighbors
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Iraq and its Uneasy Neighbors

Iraq and its Uneasy Neighbors

Iraq and its Uneasy Neighbors
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The prospect of an American-led war against Iraq is of particular concern to Iraq's neighboring nations. Host Scott Simon asks what war means to Turkey, Iran, and Saudi Arabia. Joining him are Yasemin Chongar, Washington bureau chief for the Turkish daily Milliyet; Afshin Molavi, who's covered Iran for Reuters and the Washington Post; and Khaled Al-Maeena, editor of Saudi Arabia's Arab News. (8:15)
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