Analysis: Iraqis Must Endorse U.N. Plan NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Anthony Cordesman, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, about the possibilities and difficulties of arranging a transfer of sovereignty in Iraq. Cordesman suggests any U.N.-designed plan for a transfer must be practical in addition to being a symbolic transfer of sovereignty.
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Analysis: Iraqis Must Endorse U.N. Plan

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Analysis: Iraqis Must Endorse U.N. Plan

Analysis: Iraqis Must Endorse U.N. Plan

Analysis: Iraqis Must Endorse U.N. Plan

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NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Anthony Cordesman, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, about the possibilities and difficulties of arranging a transfer of sovereignty in Iraq. Cordesman suggests any U.N.-designed plan for a transfer must be practical in addition to being a symbolic transfer of sovereignty.

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