Hearing - Senate Committee on Foreign Relations 2-1-07

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Senate Committee on Foreign Relations - The Committee continued its hearings to examine securing America's interests in Iraq, focusing on the remaining options in Iraq in the strategic context, receiving testimony from Henry Kissinger and Madeleine Albright both a former Secretary of State.

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