Viewing conflicts through the eye of Counterinsurgency COIN – Since 2007
by Stephen Collinson
Wed May 2, 9:09 PM ET
WASHINGTON (AFP) – Democrats in Congress are plotting a new round of political attrition over, apparently confident their hand will strengthen the longer their clash drags on with .
A day after Bush vetoed their bid to compel him to start bringing combat troops home within months, his foes vowed to renew their battle.
But signs mounted they were mulling a medium-term strategy, hoping that political ground on the unpopular war would shift in their favor, rather than immediately sending Bush a new timeline for withdrawal he is sure to veto.
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