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Social Media: Middle East/Caucasus: Middle East: Iraq

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The Allies Must Step Up
This article focuses on the importance of international involvement in the process of rebuilding Iraq, with a particular emphasis on the necessity of cooperation among members of the NATO alliance. By... Read More...


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IA-Forum Interview: The Honorable Donald Riegle Jr.
Former U.S. Senator Don Riegle Jr. (Michigan, Republican and Democrat) talks frankly to IA-Forum about pressing current issues including Iraq and the upcoming U.S. elections. By Jasen Zubcevik. (IA-F... Read More...


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Gauging Our Success
Fmr. Sen. Bob Dole reflects on U.S. involvement in Iraq. (Washington Post, 6/28/2004, reg.) Read More...


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The US and the lessons of Chechnya
Draws comparisons between U.S. and Iraq conflict with Russia and the Chechnyan conflict. By Christopher Lord. (Asia Times, 5/27/2004) Read More...


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Europe's Commitment to Iraq
Discussion of European involvement in post-occupation Iraq. By Romano Prodi, president of the European Commission, and Chris Patten, European commissioner for external relations. (Washington Post, 6... Read More...


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Letting Go: The Contradiction
First in a series of opinions on U.S. handover to Iraq government. By Sarah Sewall. (Washington Post, 6/20/2004) Read More...


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Letting Go: The Military
Series of opinions on U.S. handover to Iraq government. This concentrates on the military. By Robert B. Killebrew. (Washington Post, 6/20/2004) Read More...


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Letting Go: The Economy
Series of opinions of U.S. handover to Iraq government. This concentrates on the Iraqi economy. By Bathsheba Crocker. (Washington Post, 6/20/2004) Read More...


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Letting Go: The United Nations
Series of opinions of U.S. handover to Iraq government. This concentrates on the United Nations role. By Nancy E. Soderberg. (Washington Post, 6/20/2004) Read More...


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Letting Go: The Iraqis
Series of opinions of U.S. handover to Iraq government. This concentrates on impact on the Iraqis. By Richard W. Murphy. (Washington Post, 6/20/2004) Read More...


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Mercy Killings
The United Nations can and should target dictators directly, instead of their peoples. By Anne-Marie Slaughter. (Foreign Policy, May/June 2003) Read More...


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Did Iran Use Chalabi to Lure U.S. into Iraq?
The Bush administration's disenchantment with its onetime favorite Iraqi client, Ahmad Chalabi, has centered on the explosive allegation that he and his associates may have forwarded highly classified... Read More...


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IA-Forum Interview: The Honorable Don Bonker
Mr. Don Bonker, former U.S. Congressman (Chairman of the House Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and Trade, senior member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee), talks about Iraq, Trade a... Read More...


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The Connection
Not so long ago, the ties between Iraq and al Qaeda were conventional wisdom. The conventional wisdom was right. By Stephen F. Hayes. (Weekly Standard, 6/7/2004) Read More...


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Gaining The Iraqis' Toleration
Argues that the United States will not secure Iraqi support unless it puts public security at the center of its military strategy. By James Dobbins and Philip H. Gordon. (Washington Post, 5/28/2004) Read More...


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Crush the Insurgents in Iraq
What George W. Bush can learn from Lincoln and Sherman. By William Kristol & Lewis E. Lehrman.(Weekly Standard, 5/23/2004). Read More...


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The U.S. War on Iraq
Focus brief on Iraq conflict. (Le Monde Diplomatique) Read More...


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A Foreign Policy, Falling Apart
Analysis and critique of U.S. foreign policy regarding Iraq. By Robert G. Kaiser. (Washington Post, 5/23/2004) Read More...


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Seeking an honourable way out
As insurgents kill another member of the Iraqi Governing Council, George Bush and Tony Blair are under pressure both to send more troops and to present a clear plan for how they will get out of Iraq. ... Read More...


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CORPORATE MERCENARIES Part 1: Profit comes with a price
Discusses private military companies (PMCs) in Iraq. By David Isenberg. (Asia Times, 5/19/2004) Read More...


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CORPORATE MERCENARIES Part 2: Myths and mystery
Second part of article discussing private military companies (PMCs) in Iraq. By David Isenberg. (Asia Times, 5/20/2004) Read More...


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Turning Points
Will the modern era come undone in Iraq? By Robin Wright. (Washington Post, 5/16/2004) Read More...


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How the U.S. Can Get Out
Offers alternate suggestions for U.S. withdrawal from Iraq. By Yossi Alpher. (Washington Post, 5/15/2004) Read More...


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Rumsfeld's actions speak louder
Offers suggestions to prevent another Abu Ghraib. By Kerry Kennedy Cuomo and Michael Posner. (Boston Globe, 5/15/2004) Read More...


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Covering up the coverup
Alan Dershowitz writes that the roots of the Abu Ghraib issue lies in the White House. (Boston Globe, 5/15/2004) Read More...


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Like the Wehrmacht, we've descended into barbarity
Argues that the treatment of Iraqi prisoners is a consequence of coalition policy. By Richard Overy. (Guardian, 5/10/2004. Read More...


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Torture At Abu Ghraib
American soldiers brutalized Iraqis. How far up does the responsibility go? By Seymour M. Hersh. (New Yorker, 4/30/2004) Read More...


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Iraqis grumble at prospect of sovereignty without authority
BAGHDAD, Iraq - A government that can't pass laws, a nation that doesn't control its own armed forces. Many of Iraq's U.S.-picked leaders wonder just how sovereign a state Washington will give them on... Read More...


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PLAN OF ATTACK: Countdown to War
last of five articles adapted from "Plan of Attack," a book by Bob Woodward that is a behind-the-scenes account of how and why President Bush decided to go to war against Iraq. (Washington Post, 4/22... Read More...


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PLAN OF ATTACK : Cabinet Divided
This is the third of five articles adapted from "Plan of Attack," a book by Bob Woodward that is a behind-the-scenes account of how and why President Bush decided to go to war against Iraq. (Washingto... Read More...


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