Colin Powell: On Iraq, Bush, and His Job

Though the Secretary of State's job isn't getting any less stressful, he explains why he's still upbeat and satisfied

After interventions in Afghanistan and Iraq, U.S. combat troops are stretched thin, and Washington's military options are growing limited. That means President Bush will be relying more in coming days on his Secretary of State, retired U.S. Army General Colin Powell, to steer foreign policy.

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