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Why Victory Became Defeat in Iraq

| March 30, 2007

As long as there was an army to fight, the U.S. was unstoppable, writes a Harvard scholar who studies asymmetric conflicts. But once we lost the Iraqi people, all the power in the world wasn’t enough to achieve victory. (Second of two parts.)

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For Academic Citation: Arreguin-Toft, Ivan.“Why Victory Became Defeat in Iraq.” Nieman Watchdog, March 30, 2007.

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