A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
Hans Blix, who headed the United Nation’s weapons inspection team in Iraq, takes us behind the scenes during the months leading to the US-led invasion, and shares his views on the events of the past year since the war began.
- Hans Blix Chair of the Swedish government's Commission on Weapons of Mass Destruction, former UN chief weapons inspector, and author of "Disarming Iraq."
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