Negotiating the future of U.S. bases in Iraq

Thursday, June 12, 2008

President Bush says the United States is not planning permanent military bases in Iraq, a fear of war-weary Americans. But with a U.N. agreement on bases expiring in January — before the inauguration of the next president — Washington is negotiating a new deal with Baghdad.
Guest: Lawrence Korb, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress and a former Assistant Secretary of Defense in the Reagan Administration.

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Burnt_at_both_ends

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Jun. 13 2008 07:22 AM
Ben

is this show still on the air? Please for god's sake take it away to the nearest dumpster it is stinking to high heaven

Jun. 12 2008 01:18 PM
Meredythe Gray

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Jun. 12 2008 09:04 AM

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