Iraq's political leadership and security
Georgetown political scientist and military expert analyzes the security and political progress in Iraq. The latest National Intelligence Estimate says the Iraqi government will become more precarious, and Iraq's security forces are improving but cannot function without outside help.
- Colin Kahl: professor in the Security Studies Program at Georgetown University and fellow at the Center for a New American Security. Author of forthcoming book, "The Culture of Calamity: The Law of War, the U.S. Military, and the Evolution of Counterinsurgency in Iraq."
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