Ralph Peters

Retired US Army Intelligence Officer


Retired US Army Intelligence Officer and the author most recently of Never Quit the Fight, a critique of US strategic policy

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All ten members of the  bipartisan panel  say Iraq is sliding toward chaos, but that all is not lost.

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