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CBC - Our World
Iraq Four Years On
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Type.................: documentary
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Part Size............: 15,000,000 bytes
Number of Parts......: 19
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This week, we look at the turning of the political tide in the U.S., as
Washington assesses its Iraq strategy and girds itself for the future. We have
reports from CBC correspondent, Nahlah Ayed inside Iraq. And feature interviews
with Washington Post columnist, David Ignatius and with Phil Donahue, once a
famous American talk show host, now the director of a moving documentary about
the Iraq war.

As we have followed the course of the Iraq war, we have seen a clear trajectory
from early bravado, to confusion over the unanticipated chaos and now to a
sense of failure, as the death count of American soldiers and Iraqi civilians
mounts.

The majority of Americans now believe that the war was a mistake and the
administration of George W. Bush is confronting the difficult challenge of what
to do next. The dilemma: how to declare some kind of victory and get out of
Iraq without further destabilizing the country and the region?

Brian has always respected the shrewd analysis of David Ignatius. He is a
renowned diplomatic correspondent for the Washington Post who has covered the
wars and upheavals of the Middle East for many years. Ignatius, by the way, is
also a writer of fabulous espionage novels. He has followed the dramatic arc
of the Iraq war closely and joins Brian this week to discuss Washington's
awful dilemma.

The CBC is now one of the only major television networks with reporters inside
Iraq, so dangerous a place has it become. The CBC's Nahlah Ayed and Margaret
Evans and their crews are there this week sending back daily reports on the
situation on the ground. It's a mixed and contradictory picture. We show two
reports by Nahlah Ayed. In the first one, she examines the desperation of many
people in the capital as they struggle without basic services and constant
danger. In the second report, she travels with US soldiers who show her some
evidence of their success in establishing security.

A majority of Americans now disapprove of the way President George Bush is
handling Iraq. It wasn't always like that. When he launched the war, Bush had
strong public and political support. Phil Donahue, the famous talk show host,
was among the minority who passionately denounced the war from the very
beginning, losing his TV show for his efforts. About a year ago, he met an
American soldier who was shot only a week after arriving in Iraq, leaving him
paralyzed from the chest down. Donahue decided to track both the man's life
and the memorable vote in the Congress and Senate that gave Bush full
authority to invade Iraq. The film is called "Body of War." Brian's
conversation with Donahue is lively and compelling.

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