Iraq in U. S. Foreign Policy: Testimony Before the Committee on Foreign Relations, U. S. Senate, by the Honorable Condoleeza Rice, Secretary of State
DIANE Publishing, 2008 - 9 pages
At this hearing on Oct. 18, 2005, Sec. of State Condoleeza Rice discusses the U.S. strategy in Iraq. ¿I have spoken many times about why we are there. Today I want to discuss how to assure victory. In short, with the Iraqi government, our strategy -- the key -- is to clear, hold, & build: clear areas from insurgent control, hold them securely, & build durable, national Iraqi institutions.¿
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