Q&A: What Next for Iraq? On Wednesday night, President Bush will deliver a major speech to introduce his new Iraq policy. He is expected to call for as many as 20,000 additional American troops. Guests discuss the president's upcoming speech and answer listener questions about Iraq's government, the militias and the politics of the war.
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Q&A: What Next for Iraq?

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Q&A: What Next for Iraq?

Q&A: What Next for Iraq?

Q&A: What Next for Iraq?

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On Wednesday night, President Bush will deliver a major speech to introduce his new Iraq policy. He is expected to call for as many as 20,000 additional American troops. Guests discuss the president's upcoming speech and answer listener questions about Iraq's government, the militias and the politics of the war.

Guests:

David Sanger, New York Times chief Washington correspondent

Thomas Ricks, military reporter for The Washington Post; author of Fiasco: The American Military Adventure in Iraq

Loren Jenkins, NPR's senior foreign editor