The Balancing Act in Iraq Iraq's fledgling democracy is beset by violence, as the government struggles to bring cities like Fallujah and Najaf under its control. Join NPR's Neal Conan and guests for a look at the current state of Iraq.
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The Balancing Act in Iraq

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The Balancing Act in Iraq

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The Balancing Act in Iraq

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Iraq's fledgling democracy is beset by violence, as the government struggles to bring cities like Fallujah and Najaf under its control. Join NPR's Neal Conan and guests for a look at the current state of Iraq.

Guests:

John Burns, correspondent for The New York Times

Larry Diamond, served from January-April as senior advisor to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Baghdad