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Social Media: Hotspots: Iraq

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Let them serve again
Asserts that the coalition should not have disbanded Iraq's old army. Former soldiers could help stabilize the country. By Mohammed Al-Faour. (Globe and Mail, 11/6/2003) Read More...

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Getting Back on Track in Postwar Iraq
Joseph I. Lieberman presents a blueprint to fix post-Iraq war policy. (Washington Post, 7/7/2003) Read More...

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Why Iraq is Worth It
Claims that "President Bush is right to stay the course. But to succeed, he must actively engage his opponents - and skeptics - about the continuing U.S. role in post-Saddam Iraq." By Peter Brookes. ... Read More...

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Iraq is not another Vietnam, it is worse
By Naseer Alomari. (Jordan Times, 11/3/2003)

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French Policy Toward Iraq
(Brookings Institute, 9/1/2002)

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Iraq is no Vietnam: The U.S. must not flee
Asserts that "The real danger is not that the United States will stay too long in Iraq -- as France, Germany and other critics fear -- but that it will leave too soon." (Globe and Mail, 10/31/2003) Read More...

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Why Iraq is not like Vietnam
Comparison between Vietnam War and Iraq terrorism. (Christian Science Monitor, 8/26/2003) Read More...

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A Farewell to Arms Inspections
The return of U.N. arms inspectors to Iraq would do more harm than good -- making a mockery of arms control and actually helping Saddam Hussein develop his doomsday arsenal over the long term. With su... Read More...

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The Dilemma of Sustaining an American Empire
A review of "American Empire: The Realities and Consequences of US Diplomacy", Andrew J. Bacevich (Harvard University Press 2002) by Anatol Lieven, senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for Inte... Read More...

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What Price the American Empire?
"The price of empire is terror. The price of occupation is terror. The price of interventionism is terror. As Barry Goldwater used to say, it is as simple as that." by Patrick J. Buchanan (The America... Read More...

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Why Rumsfeld is Wrong
Former British foreign secretary Robin Cook discusses his resignation over the Iraq war—and why it’s unlikely that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. (Newsweek, 5/30/2003) Read More...

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U.S. Occupation of Iraq Recalls Failure in Korea
Examines similarities between Iraq and Korean conflict. By John Barry Kotch. (Japan Times, 6/18/2003) Read More...

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Conservatives' core duty on WMD
….Bush should be pressed on the issue of WMD - by conservatives. By Doug Bandow. (Christian Science Monitor, 7/8/2003) Read More...

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OCCUPATION: No Model for This One
By Wesley K. Clark (Washington Post, B02 03/23/2003)

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A WARNING FROM HISTORY: Don't expect democracy in Iraq
by John W. Dower (Boston Review, 02/01/2003)

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The U.S.-Russian Relationship After Iraq
(Nixon Center, 6/5/2003)

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Here's the Way to Find The Weapons
David Albright offers a solution for dealing with Iraq weapons scientists and technicians. (Washington Post, 5/12/2003) Read More...

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Finding a Role for Women in Rebuilding Iraq
A look at the position of women in post-war Iraq. By Laura Liswood. (Christian Science Monitor, 5/15/2003) Read More...

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Iraqi Revival Will Cost Russia
Argues that if postwar Iraq becomes a major oil producer, Saudi Arabia could lose lots of money, while Russia Inc. might go out of business altogether… (Japan Times, 5/20/2003) Read More...

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Institute for War and Peace Reporting
An international media development charity, IWPR is led by senior journalists and peace researchers, with staff drawn from established media such as the BBC, The Guardian and Reuters. Read More...

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Achieving Economic Reform and Growth in Iraq
(Heritage Foundation, 3/25/2003)

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After Iraq: Learning the War's Lessons
(Heritage Foundation, 7/3/2003)

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Blair Must Not Go Wobbly On Iraq
(Heritage Foundation, 1/10/2003)

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Building the New Iraq: The Role of Intervening Forces
(Brookings Institute, 6/1/2003)

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Democracy, Federalism, and Realism in Postwar Iraq
(Heritage Foundation, 5/2/2003)

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Getting It Backward on Iraq
(Foreign Affairs, 5/1/1999, $)

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Getting Serious About Iraq
(Brookings Institute, 10/1/2002)

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In Post-War Iraq, Use Military Forces to Secure Vital U.S. Interests, Not for Nation-Building
(Heritage Foundation, 9/25/2002)

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Iraq: The Transatlantic Debate
(Brookings Institute, 1/1/2002)

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Iraq: Time for a Modified Approach
(Brookings Institute, 2/1/2001)

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