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Robust Weapons Inspections in Iraq

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Robust Weapons Inspections in Iraq

Robust Weapons Inspections in Iraq

Robust Weapons Inspections in Iraq

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Countries opposed to war in Iraq say tougher inspections are the right alternative. But what is meant by that and how tough can inspections be? Guest host Melinda Penkava and her guests argue the case for, and against, robust inspections.
Guests:

Jessica Tuchman Mathews
* President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, DC
* Wrote article in Febraury 9, 2003 Washington Post called "Is There a Better Way To Go?"

William Kristol
* Editor of The Weekly Standard
* Author of the just published The War Over Iraq (Encounter Press, 2003)

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