Too early to judge success or failure in Iraq, Gates says

March 2013
Hill;3/18/2013, Vol. 20 Issue 31, p6
The article focuses on the views of Robert Gates, former Defense Secretary of the U.S., regarding the consequences of the U.S. invasion of Iraq on Iraq's political conditions.


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