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Experts See U.S. Policy on Iraq in Crisis
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Experts See U.S. Policy on Iraq in Crisis

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Experts See U.S. Policy on Iraq in Crisis

Experts See U.S. Policy on Iraq in Crisis
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Rising U.S. casualties, confusion about U.S. efforts to end violence in places such as Fallujah, and allegations of Iraqi prisoner abuse have many questioning the viability of U.S. policy on Iraq. Many blame the lack of a clear chain of command for the chaos. Some analysts say U.S. goals for Iraq are no longer attainable. Hear NPR's Mike Shuster.

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