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The Iraqi Insurgency, After Saddam

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The Iraqi Insurgency, After Saddam

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The Iraqi Insurgency, After Saddam

The Iraqi Insurgency, After Saddam

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The insurgency in Iraq was spearheaded by Saddam's supporters in 2003 and has grown since then. What does Saddam's execution on Saturday mean for the insurgents? Fouad Ajami, director of the Middle East Studies Program at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, discusses developments with Andrea Seabrook.