British Prime Minister Tony Blair is in Washington today addressing a joint session of Congress. He was a loyal supporter of the U.S. led war in Iraq, but continues to face harsh criticism at home. We’ll talk about U.S. – U.K. relations and on-going questions about the case for war.

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  • Peter Stothard former editor of "The Times of London" and the author of "Thirty Days: Tony Blair and the Test of History"
  • Will Marshall president of the Progressive Policy Institute

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