In Iraq, Progress at a Price In a recent New Yorker article, correspondent John Lee Anderson discusses the U.S. counter-insurgency strategy, which involves arming and working closely with former militants. Anderson talks about his article, and weighs in on the effectiveness of the troop surge.
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In Iraq, Progress at a Price

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In a recent New Yorker article, correspondent John Lee Anderson discusses the U.S. counter-insurgency strategy, which involves arming and working closely with former militants. Anderson talks about his article, and weighs in on the effectiveness of the troop surge.