Future of U.S. Policy in Iraq

President Bush's Iraq policy cleared a major hurdle with the apparent success of Sunday's elections, but other challenges remain. We discuss if, and how, American policy will change after the election. Guests: Rep. Marty Meehan, House Armed Services Committee; (D-MA) Dan Senor, former spokesman, Coalition Provisional Authority in Baghdad; adviser to former U.S. civilian administrator Paul Bremer Rami Khouri, editor-at-large, The Daily Star, a Lebanon-based newspaper; syndicated columnist based in Beirut

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