Gauging Iraq's Neighbors NPR's Michele Norris talks with Robert Pelletreau, former assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern Affairs, about three of Iraq's neighbors: Iran, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. These countries are no great friends of Saddam Hussein, but still are wary of a U.S.-led war to remove him.
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NPR's Michele Norris talks with Robert Pelletreau, former assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern Affairs, about three of Iraq's neighbors: Iran, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. These countries are no great friends of Saddam Hussein, but still are wary of a U.S.-led war to remove him.

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