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Restoring law and order in Iraq is a full time job for coalition forces. But how can our troops make it clear they are liberators and that corrupt leaders will not get back in power? We’ll ask retired Delta Force Capt. Wade Ishomoto.
The French are describing the most recent exchange between President Bush and Jacques Chirac as "positive", while the White House sees it more as "professional." Can the diplomatic ice be broken, or is France too far in the U.S.’s doghouse? Newsmax columnist Carl Limbacher joins us with his take.
Is that indeed Saddam Hussein in the latest tape on Abu Dhabi television? And if so, how will we go about tracing his whereabouts? Former CIA operations officer and co-founder of Custer-Battles Risk Management firm, Mike Battles, weighs in.
What are coalition forces going to do with those Iraqis that stand accused of war crimes? We’ll ask professor of international law and diplomacy and director of the International Law and organization at Johns Hopkins University, Ruth Wedgewood
There's talk on Capitol Hill of serious sanctions against Syria. Are they the next target in the war on terror? We’ll ask Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, director of the American Center for Democracy.
Plus, if the video of Saddam walking through the streets of Baghdad on the day the capital fell is real, does that change our military objectives inside Iraq? Steven Greer, former green beret and professor at the American Military University, weighs in.
And, there’s no solid proof yet that Iraq has any weapons of mass destruction. Are we on a futile hunt? Paul Walker, a weapons expert for Global Green USA, shares his view.
Syria stalemate -- Are we sure the country is harboring Iraqi fugitives? New York Post columnist Daniel Pipes has insight.
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