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U.S.-Iran tension: a diplomatic quagmire for the Middle East

Clip: 01/04/2020 | 5m 41s Video has closed captioning.

Iran is vowing revenge after U.S. airstrikes on Friday killed the country’s military leader Qassem Suleimani. Thousands of American troops are heading to the Middle East as tensions with Tehran escalate. Douglas Ollivant, former Director for Iraq at the National Security Council under the Bush and Obama administrations, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the diplomatic fallout.

Aired: 01/04/20

Rating: NR

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