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PINR: Intelligence Brief: The Implications of Strategic Withdrawal from Iraq

March 15, 2007

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The problem in the case of Iraq is that it is simply "too little, too late." The increase in troops will add about 21,500 soldiers to the 141,000 already in the country, yet the new total number of troops is still not enough to effectively push back the tide of the insurgency throughout Iraq.

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