Are Iraq Security Efforts Taking Hold? Car bombings and insurgent attacks in Iraq persist, but new military operations are having some impact. So says Bing West, a former assistant secretary of defense under President Reagan, who just returned from his 11th visit to Iraq in four years.
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Are Iraq Security Efforts Taking Hold?

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Are Iraq Security Efforts Taking Hold?

Are Iraq Security Efforts Taking Hold?

Are Iraq Security Efforts Taking Hold?

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Car bombings and insurgent attacks in Iraq persist, but new military operations are having some impact. so says Bing West — a former assistant secretary of defense under President Reagan — who just returned from his 11th visit to Iraq in four years. He discusses the situation on the ground with Renee Montagne.