L. Paul Bremer: Iraq Policy, Then and Now L. Paul Bremer ran the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq from 2003 to 2004, and supports President Bush's new Iraq strategy. Bremer acknowledges that the American presence in Iraq has suffered problems from the beginning.
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L. Paul Bremer: Iraq Policy, Then and Now

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L. Paul Bremer: Iraq Policy, Then and Now

L. Paul Bremer: Iraq Policy, Then and Now

L. Paul Bremer: Iraq Policy, Then and Now

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Paul Bremer ran the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq from 2003 to 2004, and supports President Bush's new Iraq strategy. But critics say Bremer was responsible for key mistakes early in the war. Bremer talks with Alex Chadwick about the future of war policy.