Experts See Little Room for Change in U.S. Iraq Policy

The recent escalation of violence in Iraq and uncertainty about who will govern after June 30 have made President Bush's Iraq policy a huge target for critics. But many experts say a policy change at this late date would undermine U.S. credibility, and the success of a future government now depends on Iraqis. Hear NPR's Michael Sullivan.



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