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Relief Efforts in Post-War Iraq
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Relief Efforts in Post-War Iraq

Relief Efforts in Post-War Iraq

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As world leaders debate the need to start a war with Iraq, relief agencies are focused on what happens when military conflict ends. Join guest host Lynn Neary for a look at the plans that are being made now to meet the immediate needs of Iraqi citizens during and after a war.

Guests:

Marc Grossman
*Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs

Sandra Mitchell
*Vice President of the International Rescue Committee

Maj. General William Nash (Ret., Army)
*An armored brigade commander in Desert Storm, where he spent several months in southern Iraq providing security and humanitarian support
*Commanded U.S. Army forces in Bosnia
*Civilian administrator for the United Nations in Kosovo
*Now a Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations

Dr. Ali Al-Attar
*Iraqi physician, has lived in U.S. for 11 years
*Medical Director of Dominion Clinics in Falls Church, Virginia
*He and his family were kicked out of Baghdad by Saddam Hussein in 1979 because they're Shi'ite Muslims and upper middle class business people

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