David Satterfield

Senior Advisor on Iraq, Secretary of State Rice

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Senior Advisor on Iraq to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice

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The  United States finally sat down with Iran and Syria  in Baghdad on Saturday, a departure from past policy that appears to have changed almost nothing.

More Troops? More Diplomacy? Both?

The United States finally sat down with Iran and Syria in Baghdad on Saturday, a departure from past policy that appears to have changed almost nothing.

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