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Questions from a divided world
Panorama: What the world thinks of war

Panorama: Questions from a divided world, was broadcast on Sunday, 30 March 2003 on BBC One and BBC World.

The coalition forces are inside Iraq but is the world still divided on the merits of the conflict?

In a special programme, Panorama gives a voice to people around the world as it gauges opinion about the war.

A global audience will get the chance to put questions to politicians and an international panel including Pentagon advisor Richard Perle, of the American Enterprise Institute.

Also on the panel will be Former French Prime Minister, Edith Cresson His Royal Highness Prince Hassan of Jordan and John Reid, who sits in the war cabinet.

Do you have any questions about the way the war is going? Who should lead the reconstruction of Iraq after the war? Is there still a role for the United Nations? Is this proving to be a war of liberation or imperialism?

Production team:
Presenter: Gavin Esler
Producers: Diane Martin, Thea Guest
Programme Editor: Alexandra Henderson
Editor: Mike Robinson

Panorama: Iraq War: What the world thinks


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