Lynn Neary Lynn Neary is an NPR arts correspondent covering books and publishing.
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On March 19, 2003, President Bush gave the final orders to invade Iraq. One year later, we reflect on what U.S. troops experienced that day, what they've been through since and how they feel now. Also, how has the war shaped politics and culture in the region? Join NPR's Lynn Neary to talk about the war in Iraq -- one year later.
*Was embedded with the First Marine Division, Headquarters battalion out of Camp Pendleton, Calif.
*Host of NPR's Weekend All Things Considered
*Reported from Doha, Qatar during the war
*He's in Iraq now
*Vice President, Army Research Division, RAND Corp.
*Democratic pollster who's been conducting bi-partisan polls on attitudes towards Iraq
*Executive editor The Daily Star regional paper in Beirut, Lebanon
*Anwar Sadat professor for peace and development at the University of Maryland
*Senior fellow at Brookings Institution
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