U.S. Finds Little Help in Iraq
U.S. efforts to enlist security help from allies in postwar Iraq are met with frustration. Turkey, Pakistan and India have said no, citing the need for a new U.N. resolution on the governance of Iraq. But even if the Security Council does pass such a resolution, those nations have grave reservations about sending forces to Iraq. NPR's Steve Inskeep reports.
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