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23 January 2007 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- Transcript: President Bush Delivers State of the Union Address The White House 23 Jan 2007
- Democratic Response of Senator Jim Webb To the President's State of the Union Address Office of Sen. Webb 23 Jan 2007
- Bush Urges Congress to Support Victory Strategy in Iraq AFPS 23 Jan 2007 -- Citing freedom's progress in the Middle East, the ambitions of a thinking and determined enemy and the consequences of failure in Iraq, President Bush tonight urged Congress in his State of the Union Address to support a strategy of victory in Iraq.
- Bush Warns Failure in Iraq Would Be "Grievous and Far Reaching" Washington File 23 Jan 2007 -- There is still time for the United States to help to shape the outcome of the conflict in Iraq, President Bush said, adding that allowing extremists to seize control of the country would be tantamount to ignoring the lessons of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks upon New York and Washington.
- The Iraq Debate: In Search of a New Direction VOA 23 Jan 2007 -- U.S. lawmakers continue to examine military, political and diplomatic options in Iraq.
- Baghdad Security Tops U.S. Agenda, General Petraeus Tells Senators Washington File 23 Jan 2007 -- President Bush's new strategic direction in Iraq -- involving the deployment of additional U.S. Army and Marine brigades aimed, in part, at securing Baghdad -- is now the best plan for stopping that troubled nation's slide into sectarian chaos, Lieutenant General David Petraeus told senators January 23.
- US Lawmaker Says Iraq Troop Surge Hurts Military Response Capabilities VOA 23 Jan 2007 -- The chairman of a key U.S. House committee says President Bush's plan to deploy 21,500 additional troops to Iraq is unacceptable because it would hurt the U.S. military's ability to respond to other crises around the world
- Petraeus Supports Troop Increase in Confirmation Hearing AFPS 23 Jan 2007 -- President Bush's pick for command of Multinational Force Iraq today supported the new strategy for Iraq, emphasizing that additional U.S. forces are essential in accomplishing the mission there.
- New Iraq Commander: Mission 'Hard, Not Hopeless' VOA 23 Jan 2007 -- The U.S. Army general named by President Bush as the new coalition commander in Iraq told a Senate committee Tuesday he believes the new Baghdad security plan can work, but it will not be easy
- US President Faces New Pressures From Congress on Iraq VOA 23 Jan 2007 -- On the eve of his State of the Union Address, President Bush faces new resistance and other pressures from Congress to his plan to send more than 21,000 additional troops to Iraq
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