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Iraqi Shiites appear to choose nationalism over religion in provincial elections. Kyrgyzstan threatens to close a U.S. base key to operations in Afghanistan. The Vatican calls on a Bishop to recant his denial of the Holocaust. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week’s top international news stories.
- Moises Naim Editor in chief, "Foreign Policy" magazine.
- Barbara Slavin Journalist and author; former assistant managing editor for world and national security at "The Washington Times."
- David Ignatius Columnist, "The Washington Post;" co-moderator of "PostGlobal" on washingtonpost.com.
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