Kerry Camp Blasts Troop Plan Richard Holbrooke, foreign policy adviser to John Kerry's presidential campaign, says President Bush's plan to shift 70,000 U.S. military personnel from Europe and Asia will weaken America's already strained ties with its European allies and will add to the cost of maintaining U.S. troops. Holbrooke speaks with NPR's Steve Inskeep.
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Kerry Camp: Troop Plan Will Alienate Allies

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Kerry Camp: Troop Plan Will Alienate Allies

Kerry Camp: Troop Plan Will Alienate Allies

Kerry Camp: Troop Plan Will Alienate Allies

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Richard Holbrooke, foreign policy adviser to John Kerry's presidential campaign, says President Bush's plan to shift 70,000 U.S. military personnel from Europe and Asia will weaken America's already strained ties with its European allies and will add to the cost of maintaining U.S. troops. Holbrooke speaks with NPR's Steve Inskeep.

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