Nine years ago, former FBI agent Robert Levinson disappeared in Iran while on a mission for the CIA. The story of his secret journey to Iran, the CIA cover-up that followed and efforts to rescue the longest-held U.S. hostage.
Last week, U.S. planes patrolling the no-fly zones over Iraq hit targets near Baghdad. Diane and her guests talk about the event, and how U.S. policy toward Iraq is evolving with the new Bush administration in place.
- Rend Francke executive director of the Iraq Foundation
- Geoffrey Kemp the Nixon Center
- Michael Eisenstadt Washington Institute for Near East Policy
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