Despite years of combat and a recent surge of troops, Iraq remains politically and socially unstable, unable to establish a central government that can lead its diverse population. But there are many signs of progress—schools and universities are open, market places are teeming, and the nation has begun the long process of political reconciliation. Is America finally winning the war in Iraq?
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