Draft Working Papers: Iraq Status

On a regular basis, the Pentagon issues “Draft Working Papers” on Iraq, detailing the status of oil production, upgrades to the electrical services, the provision of social services and a range of other activities in which the United States is now engaged. This most recent issue of the “Draft Working Papers” found its way to the Center for American Progress and, as is often the case, the Pentagon saved the best for last – take a look at the final page, issued in the Pentagon’s latest report, and ask yourself whether, one year down the road and just two months before the handover to the Iraqis, the Bush administration yet has a plan.

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Draft Working Papers: Iraq Status

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Draft Working Papers: Highlights

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Draft Working Papers: Program Management Office

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Draft Working Papers: Program Management Office (cont)

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