U.S. Army Capt. Jody Brown, a physician from Charlie Company, 225th Brigade Support Battalion, 2nd Stryker Combat Brigade Team, 25th Infantry Division, prescribes medication to a patient during a combined medical outreach program in Bata, Iraq, March 17, 2008

U.S. Army Capt. Jody Brown, a physician from Charlie Company, 225th Brigade Support Battalion, 2nd Stryker Combat Brigade Team, 25th Infantry Division, prescribes medication to a patient during a combined medical outreach program in Bata, Iraq, March 17, 2008

The US has spent fifty three billion dollars on reconstruction projects in Iraq. But a new report says billions remain unaccounted for. The future for Iraq after US forces draw down next month.

Guests

  • Brian Katulis Senior Fellow at Center American Progress, where his work focuses on U.S. national security policy in the Middle East and South Asia. Katulis has served as a consultant to numerous U.S. government agencies, private corporations, and nongovernmental organizations on projects in more than two dozen countries, including Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen, Egypt, and Colombia.
  • Stuart Bowen Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction.
  • Jane Arraf Iraq correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor

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