The U.S. Drawdown Effort in Iraq
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The U.S. Drawdown Effort in Iraq

The U.S. Drawdown Effort in Iraq

On this episode of Contours, Power Vacuums Program Head Caroline Rose sits down with New Lines Non-Resident Senior Fellow and former spokesman for Operation Inherent Resolve, Col. Myles B. Caggins III, to discuss the lingering effects of U.S. base transfers, personnel reductions, and transition to an advise-and-assist role in Iraq.

Iraq, United States

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