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How Do You Define Victory?

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How Do You Define Victory?

How Do You Define Victory?

How Do You Define Victory?

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Almost all of the experts believe that a U.S.-led invasion of Iraq will be a military success — but at what cost in American, British and Iraqi lives? Will Baghdad be taken largely intact, or destroyed in a bloody siege? Does it matter if Saddam Hussein is captured or killed? Join host Neal Conan for a look at defining victory in Iraq.

Guests:

Bob Boorstein
*Director of Worldview Initiative

Maj. Gen. William Nash
*Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations

Rami Khouri
*Executive Editor of The Daily Star newspaper in Beirut, Lebanon

Eleanor Clift
*Contributing editor, Newsweek magazine

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