Administration Weighs Talks with Syria, Iran It's currently against the Bush administration's policy to hold talks with Iran and Syria. Democrats in Congress and others have suggested that the United States can find solutions to the Iraq war by talking to leaders in those countries.
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Administration Weighs Talks with Syria, Iran

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Administration Weighs Talks with Syria, Iran

Administration Weighs Talks with Syria, Iran

Administration Weighs Talks with Syria, Iran

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It's currently against the Bush administration's policy to hold talks with Iran and Syria. Democrats in Congress and others have suggested that the United States can find solutions to the Iraq war by talking to leaders in those countries.

Madeleine Brand talks with Richard Murphy, a former U.S. ambassador to Syria, about what could be gained by talks with Syria.