U.S. Bids for Help in Iraq The Bush administration's push to enlist the help of the United Nations in the reconstruction of Iraq signals a shift in the U.S. approach to postwar planning. But the request is not generating much enthusiasm so far. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.
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U.S. Bid for Help in Iraq Draws Cool Response

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U.S. Bid for Help in Iraq Draws Cool Response

U.S. Bid for Help in Iraq Draws Cool Response

U.S. Bid for Help in Iraq Draws Cool Response

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The Bush administration's push to enlist the help of the United Nations in the reconstruction of Iraq signals a shift in the U.S. approach to postwar planning. But the request is not generating much enthusiasm so far. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.