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David Harsanyi: What does U.S. role in Iraq accomplish?

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Let's just say that the Iraq army isn't exactly anchoring a democratic awakening in the Middle East. Earlier this week, Iraq's armed forces in Mosul -- trained and supplied by the United States to secure the well-being of its people and institutions -- reportedly dropped their guns, shed their uniforms and surrendered to black-flag-waving Sunni insurgents in a mere four days. No Thermopylae here. And about a half-million civilians have left the second-largest city in ...

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