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Oil revenues will likely become a source of desperately needed capital for post-war Iraq, but the job of getting production facilities up, running, and ready for business is extremely complex. A panel joins Diane to talk about some of the economic and political implications of the challenge ahead.
- J. Robinson -duplicate record West chairman of PFC Energy, an energy consulting firm
- Shibley Telhami Anwar Sadat Professor for Peace and Development, University of Maryland, and author of "The Stakes: America in the Middle East" (Westview Press)
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