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In seven weeks governing power in Iraq is scheduled to be turned over to a transitional Iraqi government. A panel discusses prospects for this event and longer term U.S. strategy in Iraq.
- Jerry Seib executive Washington editor, "The Wall Street Journal."
- Michael Rubin resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and former a former Iraq policy analyst at the Pentagon
- John Brady Kiesling former career diplomat and political counselor at the U.S. Embassy in Greece
- Jessica Mathews president, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
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