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The UN And Iraq Sovereignty

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The UN And Iraq Sovereignty

The UN And Iraq Sovereignty

The UN And Iraq Sovereignty

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As the June 30 handover approaches in Iraq, the role of the United Nations becomes critical. The United States wants the UN to OK an interim government, while some Security Council members wonder if the transition to Iraqi self-rule goes far enough. Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests to discuss the role of the United Nations in Iraq.

Guests:

Edward Mortimer
*Senior aide to UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan

Michael Duffy
*Washington bureau chief for Time magazine

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