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As the U.S. military campaign against Iraq gets underway, Diane talks with experts on public opinion, the military, and foreign affairs.
- Andrew Kohut Director of the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press
- Kenneth Pollack Director of research at the Saban Center at the Brookings Institution; author of "The Persian Puzzle: the Conflict between Iran and America;" former director for Persian Gulf Affairs and former director for Near East and South Asian Affairs at the National Security Council; former Iran-Iraq military analyst, Central Intelligence Agency
- Lawrence Korb Senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, and former Assistant Secretary of Defense in the Reagan administration.
- Leon Fuerth National security advisor to former Vice President Al Gore and research professor at George Washington University
- Maj. Gen. Bill Nash U.S. Army-Retired, senior fellow and director of the Center for Preventive Action at the Council on Foreign Relations
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