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Iraq / War of Choice / Gourevitch, Brookhiser #759203

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 12, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live in-studio discussion held with "New Yorker" magazine's Philip Gourevitch† & "National Review"'s Richard Brookhiser† about wars of choice in light of the Senate committee report on intelligence behind the war with Iraq. [GOUREVITCH - talks about the peak of US solidarity with trans-Atlantic neighbors before President Bush chose to go against Iraq & now the evidence about the need to war is falling apart; reviews the view that the US was the aggressor in Iraq.] [BROOKHISER - says historically coalitions break up during long wars, so the next situation will depend on circumstances.]

Brown, Aaron

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