Bush, Blair Anticipate Battle over Post-War Iraq

President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair discuss post-war plans for Iraq, amid more dissension among key U.N. members. There are fears that a long-term Western occupation could antagonize the Arab world and leave the United States isolated. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

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