Bathsheba Crocker, resident at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and author of "Post-War Iraq: Are We Ready?" thinks that the 3-month-long U.S. plan for rebuilding Iraq after the war ends, is too short a time to prepare Iraqis to take over the governing of their own country.
Nile Gardiner, Visiting Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, thinks that the U.S. and Britain should run post-war Iraq. In his view, the U.N. lacks the capability and the moral authority to run post-war Iraq.
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Bathsheba Crocker, resident at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and author of "Post-War Iraq: Are We Ready?"
Nile Gardiner Ph.D., Visiting Fellow at The Heritage Foundation and author of a recent brief entitled "Limit the Role of the United Nations in Post-war Iraq"
Colonel Dennis Murphy, Director of Operations, Center for Strategic Leadership at the Army War College, Author of "The Day After: The Army in Post-War Iraq."
This program aired on April 3, 2003.