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Getting the big ideas right : the strategic concepts that helped achieve substantial progress in Iraq

Author: David Howell Petraeus; Heritage Foundation (Washington, D.C.)
Publisher: Washington, DC : Heritage Foundation, 2008.
Series: Heritage lectures, no. 1101.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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U.S., coalition, and Iraqi forces have made substantial and durable progress in providing security and stability for the Iraqi people; but security alone is an insufficient foundation for maintaining the hard-fought successes achieved to date, and any assessment should be tempered by an understanding of the numerous economic, diplomatic, political, informational, rule of law, and capacity-building challenges the  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Howell Petraeus; Heritage Foundation (Washington, D.C.)
OCLC Number: 320465259
Notes: Caption title.
"November 13, 2008."
"Delivered October 30, 2008."
Description: 12 p. ; 28 cm.
Contents: The surge : a strategy for success --
Implementing the big ideas --
Unity of effort --
Promoting reconciliation --
Combating sectarian violence --
Redefining, adapting, and learning --
Detainee operations --
Reducing the levels of violence --
Reducing the al-Qaeda presence --
Reconstruction --
The challenges ahead.
Series Title: Heritage lectures, no. 1101.
Responsibility: David Petraeus.

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U.S., coalition, and Iraqi forces have made substantial and durable progress in providing security and stability for the Iraqi people; but security alone is an insufficient foundation for maintaining the hard-fought successes achieved to date, and any assessment should be tempered by an understanding of the numerous economic, diplomatic, political, informational, rule of law, and capacity-building challenges the Iraqis must still address.

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