Polls show a majority of Americans now believe the U.S. is losing the war in Iraq; President Bush is putting off his major speech on Iraq policy until after the first of the year; Saudi Arabia warns the U.S. it will support Sunnis in Iraq in their conflict with Iraqi Shiites if the U.S. pulls out. Diane and her guests talk about the consequences of different proposed strategies for the U.S. in Iraq.


  • Robert Kagan Senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, monthly world affairs columnist for "The Washington Post," and author of "Dangerous Nation."
  • Yochi Dreazen Military correspondent for "The Wall Street Journal."
  • Gen. Wesley Clark Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander and author of "A Time To Lead," "Waging Modern War" and "Winning Modern Wars."

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