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In Face of Coordinated Attacks in Iraq, Should U.S. Have...

Clip: 12/22/2011 | 10m 6s

The capital of Iraq was plunged back into chaos Thursday when at least 16 bombings shook Baghdad. Jeffrey Brown discusses the attacks' connection to a long debate about what the U.S. gained from its nearly nine years in Iraq, with Meghan O'Sullivan of Harvard's Kennedy School and John Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago.

Aired: 12/22/11

Rating: NR

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