Sandy Berger on the Iraq Showdown

The former National Security Adviser says success during -- and after -- a war will be more likely with an international coalition

As National Security Adviser from 1997 through 2000 -- and deputy adviser for the previous four years -- Samuel R. "Sandy" Berger dealt firsthand with a number of the hot spots now presenting tough challenges to President George W. Bush. One of those hot spots was Iraq.

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