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Examining Iraq Security

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Examining Iraq Security

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Examining Iraq Security

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Iraqi leader Ayad Allawi is optimistic about his country. He says security will improve and elections will take place — but daily reports of violence suggest a more dire view. We discuss conditions in Iraq.

Guests:

Eric Westervelt, NPR's Pentagon correspondent

Gen. Richard B. Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

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