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David Apgar

A two-state solution for Iraq?

By David Apgar
December 26, 2006

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THE WORLD DOES not suffer from a short supply of new ideas for Iraq -- but Iraqis are getting little opportunity to evaluate them. The military situation in Iraq has become so intractable that it, quite literally, cries out for political experimentation. This may be what top Pentagon generals mean when they say the only solutions for Iraq are political ... (Full article: 1383 words)

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