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Planning an Exit Strategy for Iraq

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Planning an Exit Strategy for Iraq

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For months, Congress and the White House have been talking about setting a timetable for a withdrawal from Iraq. But with nearly 160,000 troops currently dispersed throughout Iraq, what would a departure look like? Guests discuss the "how" of an Iraq exit plan.

Loren Jenkins, NPR's senior foreign editor

General Robert Scales, retired Army General

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