Roundtable: Timetable Set For Iraq Withdrawal American and Iraqi negotiators have agreed to withdraw combat troops from Iraq by the end of 2011. Plus, are political conventions legitimate news events? Farai Chideya speaks with reporters Eric Deggans and John Yearwood.
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Roundtable: Timetable Set For Iraq Withdrawal

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Roundtable: Timetable Set For Iraq Withdrawal

Roundtable: Timetable Set For Iraq Withdrawal

Roundtable: Timetable Set For Iraq Withdrawal

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On today's reporters' roundtable: American and Iraqi negotiators have agreed to withdraw combat troops from Iraq by the end of 2011.

Did Sec. Condoleezza Rice's surprise visit to Baghdad make a difference?

Plus, are political conventions legitimate news events?

Farai Chideya speaks with Eric Deggans, media critic for the St. Petersburg Times, and John Yearwood, world editor for the Miami Herald.