Recently Alive in Baghdad had the fortune to receive an exclusive interview with Saleh Mutlaq, the head of the Iraqi Front for National Dialogue. His party is the second largest Sunni party in Iraq’s parliament, with 11 seats. Although I haven’t met a single Iraqi aside from his fellow party members who had a good word to say about him, he is an important figure in the Sunni section of Iraq’s daily politics. In this short clip he talks about life in Baghdad today, and the essential problems facing Iraq’s future, particularly the ubiquitous presence of militas. Please consider making a donation to support our work and help pay the salaries of our Iraqi correspondents on the ground in Baghdad.