Searching For a Strategy

Duffy, Michael; Allen, Mike; Donnelly, Sally B.; Shannon, Elaine; Thompson, Mark; Waller, Douglas; Ghosh, Aparisim; Kulds, Mark
November 2006
Time International (South Pacific Edition);11/20/2006, Issue 46, p24
The article focuses on the creation of a U.S. Republican foreign policy team that would advise U.S. President George W. Bush in putting together a strategy to deal with the Iraq war. This team will be led by former Central Intelligence Agency director and recently-appointed Defense secretary Robert Gates and former secretary of state James Baker.


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