Larry Kaplow

Baghdad Correspondent for Newsweek

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Baghdad Correspondent for Newsweek magazine

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Yesterday, President Bush said Iraq was returning to " normalcy ," but today he conceded the situation is "dangerous and fragile."

American Forces Drawn into Bitter Fighting in Iraq

Yesterday, President Bush said Iraq was returning to " normalcy ," but today he conceded the situation is "dangerous and fragile."

from To the Point

Although Congressional Democrats failed to prevent  President Bush's military surge in Iraq 
last year, they won a concession. They funded the increased
deployments, but demanded…

Has Time Run Out on President Bush's Surge in Iraq?

Although Congressional Democrats failed to prevent President Bush's military surge in Iraq last year, they won a concession. They funded the increased deployments, but demanded…

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Although Congressional Democrats failed to prevent  President Bush's military surge in Iraq  last year, they won a concession.

The Looming Political Battle over Iraq

Although Congressional Democrats failed to prevent President Bush's military surge in Iraq last year, they won a concession.

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