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Diane and her guests talk about the fighting in Fallujah, how to meet the June 30th deadline to hand over sovereignty, U.S. troop rotations and other news from Iraq.
- Ambassador David Mack vice president, Middle East Institute. former deputy US assistant secretary of state, Near Eastern Affairs (1989-1993)
- Anthony Cordesman Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
- Michael Rubin resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and former a former Iraq policy analyst at the Pentagon
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