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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

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