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Shift in Nature of Iraq War Requires New Tactics

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Shift in Nature of Iraq War Requires New Tactics

Shift in Nature of Iraq War Requires New Tactics

Shift in Nature of Iraq War Requires New Tactics

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Michael Kraig discusses his essay in Sunday's Des Moines Register in which he argues that despite disagreements over how to define the fighting in Iraq, the clear shift in the nature of the war requires a change in tactics and strategy.

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Michael Kraig, director of policy analysis and dialogue for the Stanley Foundation, a think tank that focuses on peace and security issues)

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