Wednesday, Nov. 19
$ After he flew back to Baghdad on Thursday, Nov. 13, Ambassador L. Paul Bremer III got on the Sunday talk circuit to explain the Bush administration’s timetable for turning authority in Iraq over to the Iraqis-and to attempt to counteract the appearance of quagmire syndrome.
At his last appearance, Read More
In the seven months since Saddam Hussein’s statue toppled in Firdaus Square in Baghdad, the Bush administration has been busy winning the country for democracy. But to competitive reporters used to exploiting the chaos of war to get the big story, the rigid control of the U.S.-led Coalition Provisional Authority and its press arm, the Read More