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Iraqi Insurgency

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Iraqi Insurgency

Iraqi Insurgency

Iraqi Insurgency

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While a majority of Americans think U.S. troops should stay until the Iraqi insurgency is quelled, administration officials have trouble saying how long that might take or what exactly the U.S. role would be. Now President Bush has weighed in. Frank Stasio leads a discussion about long term strategy in Iraq.

Guests:

David Greene, NPR correspondent

Christopher Gelpi, associate professor of Political Science at Duke University

Col. Thomas X. Hammes, U.S. Marine Corps, author of The Sling and the Stone: On War in the 21st Century

Shawn Woodward, military historian at the Dupuy Institute

Stanley Karnow, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, author of In Our Image: America's Empire in the Philippines and Vietnam: A History

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