Rahman Aljebouri

Senior Program Officer on the Middle East and Africa, National Endowment for Democracy

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Iraqi from Hillah, about 60 miles south of Baghdad, who left the country during the unsuccessful 1991uprisings after the Gulf War; Senior Program Officer on the Middle East and Africa at the National Endowment for Democracy, a private nonprofit think-tank funded by Congress

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As the US prepares to send 30,000 or more troops to Afghanistan, Iraq has seen a dramatic decrease in violence.  But politics is another matter.

Iraq: That 'Other' War

As the US prepares to send 30,000 or more troops to Afghanistan, Iraq has seen a dramatic decrease in violence.  But politics is another matter.

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As the US prepares to send 30,000 or more troops to Afghanistan, Iraq has seen a dramatic decrease in violence, less today than at any time since the US-led invasion of 2003.

Iraq: That 'Other' War

As the US prepares to send 30,000 or more troops to Afghanistan, Iraq has seen a dramatic decrease in violence, less today than at any time since the US-led invasion of 2003.

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