Iraq Q & A Part I Last week, we asked listeners to phone in with their questions about Iraq. Today, we hear several of them. NPR's Robert Siegel, along with Phebe Marr, a specialist on Iraq and former professor at the National Defense University, and Shibley Telhami, Anwar Sadat chair of the Department of Government & Politics at the University of Maryland, guide us through questions about weapons of mass destruction, Iraqi history, Middle East politics and international laws regarding military action. (12:30)
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Last week, we asked listeners to phone in with their questions about Iraq. Today, we hear several of them. NPR's Robert Siegel, along with Phebe Marr, a specialist on Iraq and former professor at the National Defense University, and Shibley Telhami, Anwar Sadat chair of the Department of Government & Politics at the University of Maryland, guide us through questions about weapons of mass destruction, Iraqi history, Middle East politics and international laws regarding military action. (12:30)
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