By Stan Crock
Bring in help from allies: No, the Administration isn't about to turn the Iraqi occupation over to the U.N., as Kucinich wants. Bush officials are still steamed over the Security Council's rebuff of a resolution sanctioning the U.S. invasion of Iraq. But the Pentagon is looking to enlist foreign troops and NATO to shoulder some of the burden.
About 12,000 soldiers from Britain, Australia, and Poland are already in Iraq. The Defense Dept. says it has firm commitments from 24 more countries to provide forces and is discussing possible suppo