U.S. Casualties Dip, and Iraqi Confidence Rises NPR's Debbie Elliott discusses the course of the Iraq war with retired army general William Nash, of the Council on Foreign Relations. U.S. casualties are down this month, and Gen. Nash says the performance of Iraqi forces has improved greatly in recent weeks.
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U.S. Casualties Dip, and Iraqi Confidence Rises

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U.S. Casualties Dip, and Iraqi Confidence Rises

U.S. Casualties Dip, and Iraqi Confidence Rises

U.S. Casualties Dip, and Iraqi Confidence Rises

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NPR's Debbie Elliott discusses the course of the Iraq war with retired army general William Nash, of the Council on Foreign Relations. U.S. casualties are down this month, and Gen. Nash says the performance of Iraqi forces has improved greatly in recent weeks.