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U.N. Security Council - Iraq

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U.N. Security Council - Iraq

U.N. Security Council - Iraq

U.N. Security Council - Iraq

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The lines are being drawn between the U.S and it allies in the war over Iraq. As the next deadline approaches, host Neal Conan and guests discuss the end game inside the United Nations Security Council, the players, their motives and the high stakes of international diplomacy.

Guests:

Edward Luck
*Director of the Center on International Organization at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University, New York, N.Y.
*Author of Mixed Messages: American Politics and International Organization (Brookings Institution Press, 1999)
*President and CEO of the United Nations Association of the USA (1984-1994)

Josef Joffe
*Editor of Die Zeit, a German weekly newspaper

Ruth Wedgwood
*Professor of International Law and Diplomacy at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.
*Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations