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Amid Violence, Weighing Amnesty and Reconciliation in Iraq

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Amid Violence, Weighing Amnesty and Reconciliation in Iraq

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Amid Violence, Weighing Amnesty and Reconciliation in Iraq

Amid Violence, Weighing Amnesty and Reconciliation in Iraq

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As sectarian violence in Iraq continues, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's government promotes a new amnesty plan, part of the "national reconciliation" program.

Guests:

Noah Feldman, professor at New York University School of Law; author of After Jihad

Michael Rubin, resident scholar, American Enterprise Institute; editor, Middle East Quarterly

Kenneth Pollack, director of research, Saban Center for Middle East Policy, Brookings Institution; senior fellow, foreign policy studies

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