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U.S. Iraq Strategy, Two Years Later

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U.S. Iraq Strategy, Two Years Later

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U.S. Iraq Strategy, Two Years Later

U.S. Iraq Strategy, Two Years Later

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It has been two years since the fall of Saddam Hussein, and the Pentagon is beginning to look at the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq. We have an update on the latest developments in Iraq.

Guests:

Gen. John Keane, former Army vice chief of staff; in Iraq during U.S. invasion (retired)

John Pike, director of GlobalSecurity.org, which tracks military movements

Rep. Anna Eshoo, part of a Congressional fact-finding delegation to Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Jordan and Lebanon in March; opposed war in Iraq