Us/Iraq Policy Daniel talks with Adeed Daweesha, professor of Middle East Politics and History at George Mason University in Fairfax Virginia. Daweesha says he believes the United States is not REALLY interested in getting rid of Saddam Hussein rather of keeping him at bay. Daweesha says there are compelling reasons why the U.S. and others would rather have Hussein in power than out.
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Daniel talks with Adeed Daweesha, professor of Middle East Politics and History at George Mason University in Fairfax Virginia. Daweesha says he believes the United States is not REALLY interested in getting rid of Saddam Hussein rather of keeping him at bay. Daweesha says there are compelling reasons why the U.S. and others would rather have Hussein in power than out.