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Holbrooke: U.S. Policy Options on Iraq

Interviewee: Richard C. Holbrooke
Interviewer: Lionel Beehner
November 7, 2006

Former U.S. Ambassador to the UN Richard C. Holbrooke says a Bosnia-like regional conference on Iraq is a “very good idea” but that “none of the major factors that occurred in Bosnia would apply here.” He also explains why he supports redeploying U.S. forces to Iraqi Kurdistan.

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