The U.S. Army released a report Monday outlining the problems that kept it from being able to stabilize Iraq after the U.S.-led invasion in March 2003. Military experts discuss the report's findings.
The Iraq war has dominated headlines with a report from Gen. David Petraeus and President Bush's announcement of a phased troop withdrawal. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates talks about long-term plans for the country.
While the military is constantly adjusting its tactics to deal with roadside explosives, suicide bombers and other attacks in Iraq, diplomatic efforts to address the root of the violence are evolving as well.
By PBS NewsHour
Since November, dozens of U.S. service members have been killed in Diyala, making it one of Iraq's deadliest provinces. Iraqis have not escaped the violence either. Military analysts discuss the persistent insurgency.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
With President Bush's plan to deploy more than 20,000 additional troops to Iraq under attack from Democrats and some Republicans, the new top U.S. commander in Iraq prepares to return to the troubled country.
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