In Face of Coordinated Attacks in Iraq, Should U.S. Have...
The capital of Iraq was plunged back into chaos Thursday when at least 16 bombings shook Baghdad. Jeffrey Brown discusses the attacks' connection to a long debate about what the U.S. gained from its nearly nine years in Iraq, with Meghan O'Sullivan of Harvard's Kennedy School and John Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago.
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