Reporter Faults U.S. Policies in Iraq NPR's Jennifer Ludden talks with Washington Post correspondent Rajiv Chandrasekaran about his reflections on leaving Iraq after 18 months as the paper's Baghdad bureau chief. He faults the U.S. occupation for a series of missteps, most important of which was failing to listen to Iraqis.
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Reporter Faults U.S. Policies in Iraq

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Reporter Faults U.S. Policies in Iraq

Reporter Faults U.S. Policies in Iraq

Reporter Faults U.S. Policies in Iraq

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NPR's Jennifer Ludden talks with Washington Post correspondent Rajiv Chandrasekaran about his reflections on leaving Iraq after 18 months as the paper's Baghdad bureau chief. He faults the U.S. occupation for a series of missteps, most important of which was failing to listen to Iraqis.