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After Saddam
Panorama: Winning the peace

Panorama: After Saddam, was broadcast on Sunday, 13 April 2003 on BBC One.

The US-led coalition appears to be winning the war in Iraq - but can it now win the peace?

Can a stable democracy be established in a country where old - and more recent - rivalries run deep? Can it be done quickly enough to soothe Arab fears? Or will this war become a running sore, poisoning relations with the Arab world for years to come?

How will Britain emerge from this crisis - is our role in Europe weakened or strengthened? And will the new relationship with the US give us an enhanced role in the world - or just make us a more likely target for terrorism?

Some of the BBC's top correspondents - including Steven Sackur from Brussels and Matt Frei from Washington and correspondents in Iraq - take questions from Britain and the world on Panorama: Winning the Peace Sunday 13 April at 10.20pm. Presented by Gavin Esler.

Production team:
Presenters: Gavin Esler, Dharshini David
Producers: Claire Hughes, Eleanor Plowden, Diana Martin
Assistant Producers: Sarah Mole, Richard Danbury, Ed Harvard
Programme Editor: Alexandra Henderson
Deputy Editors: Andy Bell, Sam Collyns
Editor: Mike Robinson

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