Unfinished Business: An American Strategy for Iraq Moving Forward [Kenneth M. Pollack, Raad Alkadiri, J. Scott Carpenter, Frederick W. Kagan, Sean Kane] on. Co-authored by experts on Iraq from across the political spectrum, this report provides in-depth analysis, guidance and recommendations for securing American.
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