Top Military Commander Resigns Adm. William Fallon resigned Tuesday, sparking rumors of a clash with the administration. We explore what his resignation of means for U.S. policy on Iran and Iraq.
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Top Military Commander Resigns

Top Military Commander Resigns

Top Military Commander Resigns

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The top military commander in the Middle East resigned on Tuesday, sparking rumors of a clash with the administration. Madeleine Brand talks with Slate.com columnist Fred Kaplan about what the resignation of Adm. William Fallon means for U.S. policy on Iran and Iraq.