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Reporter Faults U.S. Policies in Iraq

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Reporter Faults U.S. Policies in Iraq

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Reporter Faults U.S. Policies in Iraq

Reporter Faults U.S. Policies in Iraq

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NPR's Jennifer Ludden talks with Washington Post correspondent Rajiv Chandrasekaran about his reflections on leaving Iraq after 18 months as the paper's Baghdad bureau chief. He faults the U.S. occupation for a series of missteps, most important of which was failing to listen to Iraqis.