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Iraq-US Relations / War Talk / Exit Strategy #709030

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 28, 2002
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Andrea Koppel) The question of a US exit strategy if Iraqi President Saddam Hussein were to lose power examined. [Former Secretary of State Lawrence EAGLEBURGER††- says the issue would be what kind of regime to put in Saddam's place.] [Former U.N. weapons inspector Charles DUELFER†- asks will the US support an external opposition or an internal alternative to Saddam.] [Constitutional monarchy movement Sharif Ali bin HUSSEIN†- says the war will establish democracy in Iraq.] [Iraqi National Congress Ahmed CHALABI†- says the challenge is for the Iraqi people to build a democratic society.] The reasons why we have not heard from Secretary of State Colin Powell†† about Iraq discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Reporters shown being given a tour by the Iraqi government of a pesticide factory.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Koppel, Andrea
Duration:
00:04:10

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