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How Much Does The U.S. Still Matter in Iraq?

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How Much Does The U.S. Still Matter in Iraq?

How Much Does The U.S. Still Matter in Iraq?

How Much Does The U.S. Still Matter in Iraq?

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Some analysts argue that as many as four different conflicts are underway in Iraq, and that only one or two directly involve U.S. forces. Amid sectarian conflict in Baghdad and talk of new strategies in Washington, guests examine the impact the United States has at this point in Iraq.

Guests:

Bobby Ghosh, chief International correspondent for Time magazine

Adnan Pachachi, former acting speaker of the Iraq Parliament

Dennis Ross, special Middle East coordinator under President Clinton; currently a counselor at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy

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