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How to Win in Iraq

Author: Andrew F. Krepinevich
September/October 2005
Foreign Affairs

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Because they lack a coherent strategy, U.S. forces in Iraq have failed to defeat the insurgency or improve security. Winning will require a new approach to counterinsurgency, one that focuses on providing security to Iraqis rather than hunting down insurgents. And it will take at least a decade.

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