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Stabilizing Iraq: Factors Impeding the Development of Capable Iraqi Security Forces
In Nov. 2005, the the Nat. Strategy for Victory in

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By Joseph A. Christoff (au)
Year: 2007
Pages: 16
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 142231460X

In Nov. 2005, the the Nat. Strategy for Victory in Iraq was issued to clarify the Pres. strategy for achieving U.S. political, security, & economic goals in Iraq. The strategy articulated the desired end-state for U.S. operations in Iraq: a peaceful, united, stable, & secure Iraq,  integrated into the internat. community, & a partner in the war on terrorism. To achieve this, the U.S. is, among other things, developing Iraqi military & police forces. The U.S. goal is to transfer security respon. from the Multinational Force-Iraq to Iraqi security forces & the Iraqi govít. as their capability & the security situation improve. This testimony discusses the results of U.S. efforts to develop Iraqi security forces, & factors that affect the development of effective Iraqi forces. Charts & tables.

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