Progress Seen in Iraq U.S. forces and their allies continue to draw violent attacks in Iraq. One analyst says efforts to restore order are showing progress -- but says the U.S. may have to shift resources to be more effective going forward. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and Michael O'Hanlon of the Brookings Institution.
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Progress Seen in Iraq Security Efforts

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Progress Seen in Iraq Security Efforts

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U.S. forces and their allies continue to draw violent attacks in Iraq. One analyst says efforts to restore order are showing progress — but says the U.S. may have to shift resources to be more effective going forward. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and Michael O'Hanlon of the Brookings Institution.

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