Rebuilding Iraq NPR's Robert Siegel looks ahead to Iraqi reconstruction with Kanan Makiya, professor of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies at Brandeis University, author of the book Cruelty and Silence and a high-ranking member of the Iraqi opposition. Makiya says a plan is beginning to gel about how an interim government will take hold. He terms the interval a time of "de-Baathification."
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NPR's Robert Siegel looks ahead to Iraqi reconstruction with Kanan Makiya, professor of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies at Brandeis University, author of the book Cruelty and Silence and a high-ranking member of the Iraqi opposition. Makiya says a plan is beginning to gel about how an interim government will take hold. He terms the interval a time of "de-Baathification."