Nazar Janabi

former official, Iraqi Ministry of Defense

Guest

Next Generation Fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy; former official in the Iraqi Ministry of Defense; an engineer by training, he returned to Iraq after the fall of Saddam Hussein

Nazar Janabi on KCRW

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says we are at the endgame in Iraq, but the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs says we might not be winning in Afghanistan.

Iraq Troop Surge Ends

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says we are at the endgame in Iraq, but the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs says we might not be winning in Afghanistan.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says we are at  the
endgame  in Iraq, but the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs says we  might not be
winning  in Afghanistan. As General  David Petraeus…

Iraq Troop Surge Ends

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says we are at the endgame in Iraq, but the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs says we might not be winning in Afghanistan. As General David Petraeus…

from To the Point

With a  new poll  showing Americans split down the middle on what to do in Iraq,  John McCain  and  Barack Obama  went point-counterpoint today on Iraq, Afghanistan and America's role…

Iraq, Afghanistan the the Presidential Candidates

With a new poll showing Americans split down the middle on what to do in Iraq, John McCain and Barack Obama went point-counterpoint today on Iraq, Afghanistan and America's role…

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