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Doubts Hang Over Lebanon Peacekeeping Force

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Doubts Hang Over Lebanon Peacekeeping Force

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Doubts Hang Over Lebanon Peacekeeping Force

Doubts Hang Over Lebanon Peacekeeping Force

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Many questions remain regarding the nuts and bolts of putting together an effective peacekeeping force for the Israel-Lebanon border. Lebanon and the United Nations have both said they would put 15,000 troops in the area to keep the peace.

Steve Inskeep talks to Kori Schake, a fellow at the Hoover Institute and former director of defense strategy at the National Security Council during the first Bush administration.

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