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Diane and her guests talk about the latest developments in the war with Iraq, including the status of military operations, the latest information about the stability of Saddam Hussein’s rule, U.S relations with its allies, casualties on both sides, and more.
- 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
- Thomas Ricks Senior fellow, Center for a New American Security contributing editor, Foreign Policy magazine and author of "The Gamble: General David Petraeus and the American Military Adventure in Iraq, 2006-2008."
- Robert Hunter Senior advisor with the RAND Corporation and former U.S. Ambassador to NATO
- Michael P. Peters Executive vice president of the Council on Foreign Relations
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