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Kevin Ryan

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Retired Army brigadier general, his last assignment was as Deputy Director for Army Strategy, Plans and Policy at the Pentagon; Senior Fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government

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In what was likely his  last news conference of 2006 , President Bush said today, "We're not winning" in Iraq but "we're not losing," and eventually "we're going to win."

Robert Gates and Increasing the Size of the Army

In what was likely his last news conference of 2006 , President Bush said today, "We're not winning" in Iraq but "we're not losing," and eventually "we're going to win."

from To the Point

Today's Washington Post is the latest news outlet to report disagreement between the Pentagon and the White House.  The paper says the  White House wants 15,000 to 30,000 more troops …

To 'Surge' or Not to 'Surge' in Iraq

Today's Washington Post is the latest news outlet to report disagreement between the Pentagon and the White House.  The paper says the White House wants 15,000 to 30,000 more troops …

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