June 11, 2009

After the Fire: Shaping the U.S. Relationship with Iraq - June 11 Transcript

The full transcript of the panel "After the Fire: Shaping the U.S. Relationship with Iraq" from the June 11, 2009, conference is available here.

Panelists include (reflects speaking order):

Thomas E. Ricks
Senior Fellow, Center for a New American Security

Dr. John A. Nagl
President, Center for a New American Security

General John (Jack) Keane, USA (Ret.)
Senior Managing Director and Co-founder, Keane Advisors, LLC

George Packer
Staff Writer, The New Yorker

Nazar Janabi
Next Generation Fellow, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy

Ambassador Samir Sumaida'ie
Ambassador of Iraq to the United States of America.

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