The U.S. military engagement in Iraq is almost over, following the orderly exit of tens of thousands of American troops from the country. Just a few thousand soldiers remain, and those are expected to be gone in two and a half weeks, leaving behind some U.S. advisers and contractors. In this hour, we discuss what's next for Iraq, and the political, economic and social impact of the pull-out.
John Arquilla, professor of defense analysis at the Naval Postgraduate School
Michael Nacht, Thomas and Alison Schneider professor of public policy at UC Berkeley
Stephen Zunes, professor of politics and chair of middle eastern studies at the University of San Francisco
Stephen Farrell, foreign correspondent for The New York Times.
Jane Wales, president and CEO of the World Affairs Council. Former director of the National Security Council.