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Shadows of U.S. Rivalry in Iraq
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Shadows of U.S. Rivalry in Iraq

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Shadows of U.S. Rivalry in Iraq

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Senior news analyst NPR's Daniel Schorr says that the deep rivalry between the Pentagon and the CIA comes to the surface in their support of different Iraqi leaders. Ahmed Chalabi was the Pentagon favorite, while Iyad Allawi was a friend of the CIA.

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